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23 August 2020, Saxony, K?nigsstein/Ot Pfaffendorf: The Barbarine, which is about 42 metres high above the Elbe, is one of the well-known rocks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and belongs to the Pfaffensteine massif. Climbers first climbed the rock in 1905, and in 1978 the Barbarine was declared a natural monument. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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23 August 2020, Saxony, K?nigsstein/Ot Pfaffendorf: The Barbarine, which is about 42 metres high above the Elbe, is one of the well-known rocks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and belongs to the Pfaffensteine massif. Climbers first climbed the rock in 1905, and in 1978 the Barbarine was declared a natural monument. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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23 August 2020, Saxony, K?nigsstein/Ot Pfaffendorf: The Barbarine, which is about 42 metres high above the Elbe, is one of the well-known rocks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and belongs to the Pfaffensteine massif. Climbers first climbed the rock in 1905, and in 1978 the Barbarine was declared a natural monument. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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23 August 2020, Saxony, K?nigsstein/Ot Pfaffendorf: The Barbarine, which is about 42 metres high above the Elbe, is one of the well-known rocks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and belongs to the Pfaffensteine massif. Climbers first climbed the rock in 1905, and in 1978 the Barbarine was declared a natural monument. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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23 August 2020, Saxony, K?nigsstein/Ot Pfaffendorf: The Barbarine, which is about 42 metres high above the Elbe, is one of the well-known rocks of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and belongs to the Pfaffensteine massif. Climbers first climbed the rock in 1905, and in 1978 the Barbarine was declared a natural monument. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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11 June 2020, Saxony, Rathen: The rock formation of the Bastei is a popular destination. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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11 June 2020, Saxony, Rathen: The rock formation of the Bastei is a popular destination. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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09 June 2020, Saxony, Reinhardtsdorf-Sch?na: The path from and to the plateau of the Frienstein and the Idagrotte leads along a precipice at a great height. The rock is about 130 meters high and belongs to the Affensteinen. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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09 June 2020, Saxony, Reinhardtsdorf-Sch?na: The path from and to the plateau of the Frienstein and the Idagrotte leads along a precipice at a great height. The rock is about 130 meters high and belongs to the Affensteinen. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB

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09 June 2020, Saxony, Reinhardtsdorf-Sch?na: The path from and to the plateau of the Frienstein and the Idagrotte leads along a precipice at a great height. The rock is about 130 meters high and belongs to the Affensteinen. The low mountain range of Saxon Switzerland, consisting mainly of sandstone, extends over about 700 square kilometres on the upper reaches of the Elbe. The German part is called Saxon Switzerland, the Czech part Bohemian Switzerland. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB