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Nock - Mountains at Heaven's Door
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You might think you were in Ireland, you might sense the vastness of Castile in Spain, but youd never believe this was the heart of the Austrian Alps: The Nock Mountains are geologically Austrias oldest landscape. For a hundred million years, the land around them has risen and fallen, while the mountains themselves hardly moved. And for the past thousand years, the same has been true of the harmonious co-existence of wild nature and rural culture. Wreathed in gentle clouds circling the smooth green mountain tops, there is a serenity to this region that makes it easy to believe youre not far from heavens door.
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