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The Belvedere Tower Puzzle Details:

About: Today we're visiting the Belvedere Tower in the Maloja Pass, Bregaglia Valley, Engadine, Canton of Graubunden, Switzerland. The "Torre Belvedere" is a 24-meter-high observation tower. It's built out of stone and it has an internal 112 step staircase. The viewing platform is located at a height of 22.5 meters and it offers a view of the Upper Engadine and Bergell alpine valleys.
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