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Siblinger Randen
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From a nice walk in the northern part of Switzerland near the border to Germany. The area is called Randen. We are here next to the Siblinger Randenhaus. We had a beautiful view of the Swiss Alps

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Tags: swiss; switzerland; schaffhausen; siblingen; randen; jura; swiss alps
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