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The Goli Hostel

A shelter for the goalscorers (the words. Koča na Golici, 1582 m) is a tourist shelter which is situated on the smaller side of the southern flank of

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Rifugio Vittorio Emanuele II

Rifugio Vittorio Emanuele II (also quoted as Refuge Victor-Emmanuel II in French sources) is a mountain hut in the Alps in Aosta Valley, Italy. == R

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Franz Senn Hut

The Franz Senn Hut (German: Franz-Senn-Hütte) is a large and very popular Category I alpine hut in the Stubai Alps owned by the Austrian Alpine Club (

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Zois Lodge at Kokra Saddle

The Zois Lodge at Kokra Saddle (Slovene: Cojzova koča na Kokrskem sedlu; 1,793 meters or 5,883 feet) is a mountain hostel that stands on Kokra Saddle

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Zamkovského Chata

Zamkovského Chata is a mountain chalet located in the mouth of a small cold valley in the High Tatras. = = History = = The Chalet was founded by the m

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Rifugio Vittorio Sella

Rifugio Vittorio Sella (quoted as Refuge Victor Sella in French sources) is a mountain hut in the Alps in Aosta Valley, Italy. == References == ==

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Hotel Boboty

Hotel Boboty is a hotel in the Vratna Valley close to the village of Štefan. Its author is a prominent Slovak architect Ferdinand Čapek. The hotel was

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Elberfelder Hut

The Elberfelder Hut (German: Elberfelder Hütte) is a mountain hut belonging to the German Alpine Club in the Schober Group within the Austrian Alps. T

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Chata pod Soliskom

Chata pod Soliskom is the youngest mountain chalet in the High Tatras. The chalet is open year-round. = = History of the cottage = = Chata Pod Solisko

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Triglav Lodge at Kredarica

The Triglav Lodge at Kredarica (Slovene: Triglavski dom na Kredarici) (2,515 m) is the highest mountain hut in Slovenia and the highest meteorological

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Prešeren Lodge at Stol

The Prešeren Lodge at Stol (Slovene: Prešernova koča na Stolu; 2,174 m or 7,133 ft) is a mountain hut on the southern side of Mt. Stol in the Karawank

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Planika Lodge at Triglav

The Planika Lodge at Triglav (Slovene: Dom Planika pod Triglavom; 2401 m) is a mountain hut, which lies on the Ledine plains on the southern side of M

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Aljaž Lodge in the Vrata Valley

Aljaž Lodge in the Vrata Valley (Slovene: Aljažev dom v Vratih; 1015 m a.s.l.) is a mountain hut that lies near the stream Triglav Bistrica in the upp

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Hörnli Hut

The Hörnli Hut (German: Hörnlihütte) is a mountain hut located at the foot of the north-eastern ridge (Hörnli Ridge) of the Matterhorn. It is situated

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Villa Bělín

Vila Bělín is a historic building located in Tatranska Lomnica in Slovakia's High Tatras. It is currently used as a tourist guesthouse. = = History of

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