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Webcam-Coordinates: 47.016614 / 8.180125
Altitude over sea: 835m
Weather-Webcam-Motiv: Schwarzenberg Pilatus
Newest Webcam-Picture: 23.06.2024 18:50:02
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Sunrise: 05:31 hours
Sunset: 21:28 hours
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Weather Webcam Eigenthal

In Eigenthal, there is the Webcam Weather Eigenthal with motif: Schwarzenberg Pilatus.
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Weather Webcam Eigenthal. This Live Weather Webcam is located in Eigenthal in Switzerland. Eigenthal is a member of Black Mountain and is a popular recreational area of the city of Lucerne and the surrounding area. Do you want to know how the weather is today in Eigenthal in Switzerland? Take a look after own valley in Switzerland via the Live weather webcam.

Weather Webcam Black Mountain. Black Mountain is a municipality in the canton of Lucerne in Switzerland. The Pilatus chain dominates the picture Schwarzenberg. The district Eigenthal is for the Lucerne region is an important recreational area in summer and in winter. Black Mountain is an independent municipality only since the Sept. 12, 1845. Previously belonged Schwarzenberg district of the municipality Malters. A first request removal of Malters in 1837, was rejected by the cantonal parliament. The actual independence took place on desire of the people in the valley. The name first appears in Swarzenberg interest toboggan Rathausen the monastery in the early 14th century.


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