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|Another in a series of alpines, which I discovered on my walking on the nature in Swiss on the Schynige Plate.|
The Schynige Platte is a Swiss mountain region near Wilderswil where the Schynige Platte Railway ends (at 1970 meters above sea level). An Alpine Garden is located near the summit where various alpine plants can be found together with labels, indicating their Latin names (many of these plants also grow around as wild species).
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Nice Centaurea, TFS, regards, Ferran