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Road in Paralepa forest park near Haapsalu
Estonia

A little walk away from Haapsalu is Paralepa forest park. Narrow trails run throgh the peaceful pine scented forest. It's a good place for walking, jogging, cycling, picking mushrooms and berries.  In winter some of the trails are marked as cross-country ski tracks.

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Uploaded: 11/11/2010
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