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a path in mountains

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Another shot of this nice nation park in romania.

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A: forest on a mountain in romania

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B: the grave in the mountains

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C: the room of a mountain house

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D: Zanoaga glade

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E: Prapastiile Zarnestilor

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F: mountain road

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small road in Romanian mountains.

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G: Zarnesti Canyon (Prapastiile Zarnestilor)

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H: Zanoaga glade in December 2012

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I: Prapastiile Zarnestilor Cruce

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J: Zanoaga glade in winter time

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