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The Chutzenturm is a 45 metre high wooden observation tower with a viewing platform in the Frienisberg area.
The Chutzenturm is a 45 metre high wooden observation tower with a viewing platform in the Frienisberg area. It offers great views of the Alps.
Rungelenbaum, 3267 Seedorf, Switzerland
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