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Gorsko zrcalo - 1
Croatia

Gorsko zrcalo (Mountain mirror) is the name of flat, nearly vertical cliff, 20m tall, at the mountain Medvednica near Zagreb, which is therefore suitable for alpine climbing practice, and become popular climbing site of the Zagreb climbers.

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Uploadet: 16/04/2011
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Tags: croatia; zagreb; medvednica; mountain; mirror; cliff
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