We're looking east from Haiming at the westernmost flat-bottomed part of the Inn Valley. River sediments have filled in the bottom of the Inn Valley's "V" to give this flat floodplain. The Calcareous (limestone) Alps rise abruptly to the left (the north), whereas the metamorphic Alps rise more gradually to the right (the south).        



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