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Travel webcam Crazy Horse Memorial, Berne, United States
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This webcam is currently assigned to Alexs. It was originally added on February 10, 2008 and has been viewed 55,429 times since then. The current picture above was taken 40 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 12 people.

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The Crazy Horse Memorial mountain carving. Camera is located 1500' from the mountain.

Weather Berne

Sunday
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-5°C / 1°C
23°F / 34°F
Monday
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-9°C / -4°C
16°F / 25°F
Tuesday
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-13°C / -5°C
9°F / 23°F
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Further information about Berne

The city of Berne or Bern (Romansh: "Berna" , Bernese German: "Bärn"), is the "Bundesstadt" (federal city, "de facto" capital) of Switzerland and, with 128,041 people (agglomeration: 344,000), is the fourth most populous city in Switzerland (after Zürich, Geneva and Basel). Most of Berne's residents speak German, or more specifically, Bernese German, which is a high-Alemannic dialect. The Canton of Berne has a French-speaking part. Very few people still speak the Mattenenglisch, a language game used in the former workers' quarter of "Matte", but several words have found their way into Bernese German. Berne also functions as the capital of the Canton of Berne, the second most populous of Switzerland's cantons. Illustrious Bernese include the reformer Albrecht von Haller, the poet Albert Bitzius and the painters Hans Fries, Ferdinand Hodler and Paul Klee. The German-born physicist Albert Einstein worked out his theory of relativity while employed as a clerk at the Berne patent office. A ... Read more about Berne on Wikipedia

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