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Lake Lucerne in Switzerland – Wanderlust @52

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“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”– Eleanor Roosevelt

Lake Lucerne or also called Lake of Lucerne is a lake in Central Switzerland. It is definitely one of the nicest place in this country. We went on this scenic 1- hour river cruise on board a panoramic boat.

On the cruise, one can really admire the landscape and can take lots and lots of photos. It was so amazingly beautiful that day that we went… the sun was so bright and is in contrast with the different shades of blue of the sky, the water and the mountains. From the boat, we also saw the statue of Jesus Christ on the lake, a castle on the hill and hundreds of yachts that were in the dock.

Have you seen the beauty of Lake Lucerne? Maybe take a cruise…It is really breathtaking!

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