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Mostar cross
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mal ein Panorama vom Hausberg über Mostar.

Man sollte auf den Wegen bleiben, da um die ehemaligen Gefechtsstellungen noch eine Menge Minen liegen - Warnschilder machen darauf Aufmerksam...

Copyright: Bernhard Fitzek
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Hochgeladen: 11/04/2011
Aktualisiert: 17/09/2014
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