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The landslide of Köfels (named after a small village in Tyrol) is one of the largest recognized landslides in the Alps - large enough to dam up a 92 meters (300 feet) deep prehistoric lake and divide in two the valley of Ötz.
The Strange Medical Case of the Radioactive Landslide 
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The Strange Medical Case of the Radioactive Landslide 
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The landslide of Köfels (named after a small village in Tyrol) is one of the largest recognized landslides in the Alps - large enough to dam up a 92 meters (300 feet) deep prehistoric lake and divide in two the valley of Ötz.
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