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GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A2S0
August 02, 2017
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria,...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria, August 2 , 2017. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A2RZ
August 02, 2017
A aerial view of lake Hintersteiner close to the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria, August 2 , 2017....
SCHEFFAU, Austria
A aerial view of lake Hintersteiner close to the Austrian village of Scheffau
A aerial view of lake Hintersteiner close to the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria, August 2 , 2017. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
GLOBAL-TOURISM/
RTS1A2RW
August 02, 2017
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria,...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau
A man stands on a stand up paddle board on lake Hintersteiner in the Austrian village of Scheffau, Austria, August 2 , 2017. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRIA/
RTR3AXKY
November 27, 2012
Dressmaker Barbara Trenkwalder checks animal coats in the tannery Trenkwalder in the western Austrian...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Dressmaker checks animal coats in the tannery Trenkwalder in Scheffau
Dressmaker Barbara Trenkwalder checks animal coats in the tannery Trenkwalder in the western Austrian village of Scheffau, some 80 km (50 miles) east of Innsbruck, November 9, 2012. Each year in November and January people in the western Austria regions dress-up in Perchten (also known in some regions as Krampus or Tuifl) costumes and parade through the streets to perform a 1500 year-old pagan ritual to disperse the ghosts of winter. Each handmade traditional costume, consisting of up to 14 separate sheep or goat skins, takes three dress makers one day to produce, and costs between 500 - 600 euros. Some 15 hours are needed for a woodcarver to sculpt each demon mask which is made from stone pine wood with goat horns attached. The mask costs an additional 600 euros. Picture taken November 9, 2012. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRIA/
RTR3AXKW
November 27, 2012
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder...
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder in the western Austrian village of Scheffau, some 80 km (50 miles) east of Innsbruck, November 12, 2012. Each year in November and January people in the western Austria regions dress-up in Perchten (also known in some regions as Krampus or Tuifl) costumes and parade through the streets to perform a 1500 year-old pagan ritual to disperse the ghosts of winter. Each handmade traditional costume, consisting of up to 14 separate sheep or goat skins, takes three dress makers one day to produce, and costs between 500 - 600 euros. Some 15 hours are needed for a woodcarver to sculpt each demon mask which is made from stone pine wood with goat horns attached. The mask costs an additional 600 euros. Picture taken November12, 2012. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTR3AXKV
November 27, 2012
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder...
Dressmakers tailor traditional Perchten costumes out of sheep and goat coats in the tannery Trenkwalder in the western Austrian village of Scheffau, some 80 km (50 miles) east of Innsbruck, November 12, 2012. Each year in November and January people in the western Austria regions dress-up in Perchten (also known in some regions as Krampus or Tuifl) costumes and parade through the streets to perform a 1500 year-old pagan ritual to disperse the ghosts of winter. Each handmade traditional costume, consisting of up to 14 separate sheep or goat skins, takes three dress makers one day to produce, and costs between 500 - 600 euros. Some 15 hours are needed for a woodcarver to sculpt each demon mask which is made from stone pine wood with goat horns attached. The mask costs an additional 600 euros. Picture taken November12, 2012. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
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Abandoned Piglet Raised By Austrian Farmer - 22 Apr 2008
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AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRGC
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys a massage in the living room of a farmhouse in...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen enjoys a massage in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau...
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys a massage in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
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April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter sits in...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen strolls around in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter sits in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRGA
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk in the living room of a farmhouse in...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen drinks in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
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April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter sits in...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen strolls around in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter sits in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRG6
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen rests in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
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April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk from farmer Michaela Strubreiter as...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen drinks in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk from farmer Michaela Strubreiter as her huseband Thomas watches in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRG3
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk in the living room of a farmhouse in...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen drinks in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen enjoys some milk in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRG1
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter and his...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen strolls around in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around as farmer Thomas Strubreiter and his wife Michaela watch in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRFZ
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen rests in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRFL
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around the living room of a farmhouse in the...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen strolls around in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRFF
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen rests in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen rests in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZRFE
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen is pictured in the living room of a farmhouse in the...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza pig cub Radieschen strolls around in a farmhouse in the Austrian village of Scheffau
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen is pictured in the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR1ZREY
April 22, 2008
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around the living room of a farmhouse in the...
SCHEFFAU, Austria
Red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian...
Twenty days-old red Mangalitza piglet Radieschen strolls around the living room of a farmhouse in the small Austrian village of Scheffau around 54 kilometres south of Salzburg April 22, 2008. The farmer had to bring Radieschen into human care after birth because its mother didn't have enough milk. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
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