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Gornergrat-Bahn (GGB, Zermatt)

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The GGB runs a pure track railway starting at the MGB/BVZ-station of Zermatt to the Gornergrat with its fantastic view of the Matterhorn (4478m) and the Monte Rosa.
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Matterhorn (CH)

Matterhorn (CH)

From Wikipedia: The Matterhorn (Fr. Mont Cervin, It. Cervino), is perhaps the most familiar mountain in the Alps. Located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, its graceful pyramid towers over the Swiss town of Zermatt and the Italian town Breuil-Cervinia in the Val Tournanche.
The mountain has four faces, facing the four compass points, with the north and south faces meeting to f...
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Randa rockslides 1991

Randa rockslides 1991

In April and May of 1991, two consecutive rockslides occurred from a cliff above the town of Randa in the Matter valley of Switzerland. The rockslides released a cumulative volume of approximately 30 million cubic meters of debris, with each of the rockslide stages occurring over several hours. Slide debris buried key regional transportation lines including the road and railway leading to Zerma...
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Franschhoek, South African french corner

Franschhoek, South African french corner

Franschhoek (Dutch (spelling before 1947): "French corner") is a small town with in the Western Cape Province and one of the oldest towns of the Republic of South Africa.
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