Swarovski Crystal Worlds Giant, Wattens-Austria

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Prise le 29/04/2007
A water-spouting Giant that magically lures visitors into its interior, where Chambers of Wonder ignite beacons of imagination, has been successful in becoming a globally recognised work of art in just ten years while attracting more than 7 million visitors to date.
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Latitude: 47° 17' 39" N, Longitude: 11° 36' 1" E see »

Localisation: Wattens, Austria

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