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General Views Of Lech Where Members Of Dutch Royal Family Are On Holiday

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LECH, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 17: . General view of Lech, the usual holiday resort of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands and members of the Dutch royal family, on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. In the middle lies the Parish Church of St Nicholas where a service of prayers was held today, marking the first anniversary of the ski-ing accident that left Prince Friso of The Netherlands critically injured. Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau (44) second son of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, was hit by an avalanche while ski-ing off-piste in the resort of Lech, under which he remained buried for 20 minutes. He suffered brain damage due to shortage of oxygen and has remained in a coma since the accident. on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. (Photo by Michel Porro/WireImage)
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LECH, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 17: . General view of Lech, the usual holiday resort of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands and members of the Dutch royal family, on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. In the middle lies the Parish Church of St Nicholas where a service of prayers was held today, marking the first anniversary of the ski-ing accident that left Prince Friso of The Netherlands critically injured. Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau (44) second son of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, was hit by an avalanche while ski-ing off-piste in the resort of Lech, under which he remained buried for 20 minutes. He suffered brain damage due to shortage of oxygen and has remained in a coma since the accident. on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. (Photo by Michel Porro/WireImage)
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General view of Lech the usual holiday resort of Queen Beatrix of The... Nieuwsfoto's 161920150Eén persoon,Horizontaal,Koningschap,Kunst Cultuur en Vermaak,Lech am Arlberg,Lechvallei,Levensstijl,Mensen,Oostenrijk,Reizen,Thema,Vrije tijdPhotographer Collection: WireImage 2013 Michel PorroLECH, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 17: . General view of Lech, the usual holiday resort of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands and members of the Dutch royal family, on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. In the middle lies the Parish Church of St Nicholas where a service of prayers was held today, marking the first anniversary of the ski-ing accident that left Prince Friso of The Netherlands critically injured. Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau (44) second son of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, was hit by an avalanche while ski-ing off-piste in the resort of Lech, under which he remained buried for 20 minutes. He suffered brain damage due to shortage of oxygen and has remained in a coma since the accident. on February 17, 2013 in Lech, Austria. (Photo by Michel Porro/WireImage)