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Cascades des Pelerins

Friday, August 9, 2013


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From The Illustrated Boy’s Own Treasury, 1860. Not long after this book was published, the wonderful parabolic arch of water vanished forever, leaving little trace in current memory.
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——A Hand-Book for Travellers in Switzerland, 1867.