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Vikos Zagorochoria Epirus Greece
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This is one of my favorite places around the world. There is a bench, at the end of the Vikos gorge where you think that you can fly. Its really amazing during the sunset. Vikos gorge depth ranging from 450 m to 1600 m and width from 400 m to some meters at its narrowest part and it is listed as the deepest gorge in the world by the Guinness Book of Records.
Copyright: Georgios Kosmas
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Taken: 06/08/2011
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