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This webcam is currently assigned to user_311. It was originally added on April 14, 2003 and has been viewed 181,951 times since then. The current picture above was taken 13 hours ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on by 6 people.

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The Walensee - Lake of Walenstadt - is because of its thermical winds a good sailing aerea. 15 km long anly, small, windy and beautifull. Here you find a Sailing School:

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Webcam Murg mit Blick auf den Walensee Richtung autofreies Quinten zeigt im 5-Minutentackt die Wasseroberfläche. Segler und Surfer erkennen nach der Beaufortskala die Windstärken. Das ist verlässlicher als ein Anemometer am windgeschützten Ufer. Eine Windstatistik finden Sie auf der HP der Segelschule:

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Further information about Murg

"For the town in Baden-Württemberg, see Murg, Germany." The Murg is a right tributary of the Rhine, located in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Its origin is in Obertal, a part of Baiersbronn, where the rivers Rechtmurg (right Murg) and Rotmurg (red Murg), both originating on the Schliffkopf in the City of Baiersbronn, conjunct. It rises in the Black Forest, and flows through Baiersbronn, Forbach, Gernsbach, and Gaggenau before reaching the Rhine at Rastatt. Its length is 96 km; its drainage area has a size of 637 km². Its mouth was shifted 1.5 km to the west due to the straightening of the Rhine by engineer Johann Gottfried Tulla . In the past the Murg was of importance for the business of the raftsmen. Wood was rafted till Steinmauern, where it was dried and combined to bigger rafts. From Steinmauern the rafts where rafted until Mannheim, and from there to the Netherlands Read more about Murg on Wikipedia

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