Dolomiti - Panorama dal Lagazuoi

Panorama da Lagazuoi con vista sulle Tofane, le Counturines, Marmolada, 5 Torri, Averau, Nuvolau, Pelmo, Civetta ....

Lagazuoi: Panorama overlooking the  Tofane, the Counturines, Marmolada, 5 Torri, Averau, Nuvolau, Pelmo, Civetta.... 

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Copyright: Giovanni saini
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6320x3160
Uploadet: 30/07/2011
Opdateret: 06/08/2014


Tags: dolomiti; montagna; lagazzuoi; tofane; grande guerra; val badia; dolomites; mountain
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