Top of Staubbach Falls, Lauterbrunnen, Jungfrau Region, Switzerland - Stock image

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The Staubbach Falls not only fascinate ordinary tourists and base jumpers of today. The Staubbach Falls inspired J.W.Goethe 1779 to write this famous poem: 
und wieder nieder zur Erde muß es, ewig wechselnd.
dann stäubt er lieblich in Wolkenwellen zum glatten Fels,
und leicht empfangen, wallt er verschleiernd,
 leisrauschend zur Tiefe nieder.
 schäumt er unmutig stufenweise zum Abgrund.
und in dem glatten See weiden ihr Antlitz alle Gestirne.
Schicksal des Menschen, wie gleichst du dem Wind!
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