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Germany’s Harz Mountains in winter

Germany's Harz Mountains are a popular destination for hikers and wintersports enthusiasts. Some love climbing its highest peak, the Brocken, to take in the view. Others enjoy the ski slopes lining the Wurmberg Mountain.

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