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    Stony stairway from the 13th century. “Elbsandsteingebirge” mountains in Sachsen, Germany

    • pet lau

      Stony stairway from 13th century. Stairway is part of a rock castle in the “Elbsandsteingebirge” mountains in Sachsen, Germany / PLACES TO VISIT

    • Inna Vladimirova

      "Elbsandsteingebirge", Sachsen - is a 13th century stony stairway that was part of a rock castle into the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Saxony, Germany.

    • Dianne Forman

      Felsentreppe im Elbsandsteingebirge . . . Stony Stairway from the 13th century in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Sachsen - Saxony, Germany

    • Brianna Berry

      Staircase from the 13th century. Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Sachsen, Germany. Up, up, up, up the stairs we go! So Lotr-ish!

    • Mandora Gaia

      Felsentreppe im Elbsandsteingebirge in Sachsen - 13. Jahrhundert . . . . . Stony Stairway - 13th century in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains - Saxony, Germany

    • Kelsee Haskin

      Staircase from the 13th century. Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Sachsen, Germany.- the hidden stair!

    • Rhian Non

      Stony stairway from the 13th century in the “Elbsandsteingebirge” mountains. The Elbe Sandstone Mountains (German: Elbsandsteingebirge) is a mountain range straddling the border between southeastern Germany and the North Bohemian region of the Czech Republic. In both countries, the mountain range has been declared a national park. The name derives from the sandstone which was carved by erosion. The river Elbe breaks through the mountain range in a steep and narrow valley.

    • Jennifer Broccoli

      Stony stairway from the 13th century. Elbe Sandstone mountains in Sachsen, Germany

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