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    Vales do Limiar

  • Megan Mackenzie

    On My Bucket List of Travel Destinations ... Interlaken, Switzerland

  • Norma Keller

    Interlaken, Switzerland. cogwheel train to the Eiger Mountain tops and went into a glacier. They had a 360 IMAX, ice sculptures, and windows carved to see out across the canyons. Wood carvers have a delightful shop in Interlaken. The carvings look like Lladros statues, such amazing talent. Stay at Victoria-Jungfrau. dinners on balcony with stunning views of the Swiss Alps.

  • Corey Irwin | Cooking with Corey

    Lauterbrunnen Valley, Interlaken-Oberhasli administrative district, canton of Bern, Swiss Alps, Switzerland. "The very name ‘Lauterbrunnen’ (‘many fountains’) suggests the magnificence of this landscape. There are 72 waterfalls in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the most famous being the Staubbach Falls. Plunging almost 300 metres from an overhanging rock face, they are one of the highest free-falling waterfalls in Europe." #alpine #mountains #switzerland #europe #travel

  • Estee Hanvey

    Interlaken, Switzerland in the Bernes Alps. Omg I want to go there.

  • RaveNectar

    The majestic Lauterbrunnen Valley #Switzerland #world #earth #beautiful #places #travel #nature

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