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Grossglockner mountain is located within the National Park Hohe Tauern and is the highest mountain in the Alps. Grossglockner rises to a height of 3798 meters.
Mont Blanc mountain is the biggest challenge for climbers in Western Europe and in the Alps. For the first time, Mont Blanc was climbed on August 8, 1786 by Jacques Balmat. More:Mont BlancMont Blanc AlpsMont Blanc Mountain
Jungfrau is one of the most emblematic of the swiss Alps. Rising to a considerable 4158 m in altitude, Jungfrau is surrounded by two unique mountain heights - Eiger and Mönch. More:PeaksJungfrauEiger
Sigmaringen Castle is a magnificent palace, located in the lower mountain slopes of the Swabian Alps. Sigmaringen Castle is considered the largest along the river Danube. More:DanubeSigmaringen CastleSigmaringen
Matterhorn peak is 4478 m of altitude and is part of the Alps mountains chain. At the foot of the Matterhorn is the Swiss town of Zermatt. More:PeaksMatterhorn peakMatterhorn
Rhine River is the main water artery of Germany. The Rhine flows from the Alps from the 3353 m high glacier, Rheinwaldhorn Glacier, and is joined to the North Sea. More:Rhine RiverRhineNorth Sea
Ambras Castle is inextricably linked with the history of Innsbruck, located in the heart of the Alps. Today the castle Ambras exposes the oldest collection of paintings and weapons. More:AmbrasInnsbruckCastle Ambras
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