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Winter's Day - Adelbodenstrasse, Frutigen
Switzerland

An einem sonnigen Wintertag mit Schnee im Dezember an der Adelbodenstrasse in Frutigen mit Blick in Richtung Spiez / Adelboden / Kandersteg. Die Aufnahme wurde in der Nähe von Dorfkirche, Gemeindeverwaltung, Raiffeisenbank, Notariat Germann, Kirchgemeindesaal, Brockenstube des Frauenvereins und Viehmarkthalle ("Märithalle") gemacht. Die eingeschneiten Berge sind das Mäggisserehore, das Tschipparällehore, das Steischlaghore, das Gehrihorn, das Sattelhorn, der Hohniesen, das Bündihore und das Niederhorn am Thunersee.

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