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Cima del Monte Amariana
Italy
Vista dalla cima del Monte Amariana (1906 m). Panorama amplissimo su Tolmezzo, lago di Verzegnis, tutte le alpi Carniche (ad es. il mt. Coglians) e Giulie (ad es. Montasio, Canin), il fiume Tagliamento e la confluenza con il Fella, e fino al mare Adriatico (si vede anche la Slovenia)
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Uploaded: 21/11/2011
Updated: 13/08/2014
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Tags: amariana; monte amariana; cima; amaro; carnia; cavazzo; friuli venezia-giulia; friuli
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