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The intersection of the Carpathian ways
Ukraine

Carpathians (Ukrainian Carpathians, there. Karpaten, Slovak. And Polish. Karpaty, Hung. Kárpátok, rom. Carpaţi, a Serb. Carpathians) - a mountain range in Central Europe, in Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia and part of Austria (Hundshaymer Berge y Haynburga on the Danube and Niderosterrayhishe Inzelbergshvelle in Mistelbach).

Copyright: Pa Ve L Bobkov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9464x4732
Chargée: 11/12/2010
Mis à jour: 26/08/2014
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