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Dambul Morii
Romania

A well known area for relaxation, every weekend people get here for hiking, mountain climbing, bike rides, camping or just barbecue. One of the most visited places for outdoor entertainment.

Copyright: Laurentiu Rusu
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Chargée: 01/12/2009
Mis à jour: 08/10/2014
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Tags: outdoor; nature; mountain; people; relaxation; lanscape
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7 Stairs Canyon
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Piatra Mare chalet
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Piatra Mare peak
Sterpu Mihai
Piatra Mare - culoar intre brazi
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Piatra Scrisa (Written Rock)
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Piatra Mare alpine plateau
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Rabbit's Dam
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Postavarul Peak
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Postavarul | Kanzel Ski Slope
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Postavarul | Sulinar Ski Slope
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Down from Tâmpa
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Winter on the Ruia Plateau in Poiana Brasov
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Tirgu-Mures Christmas tree
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Tessellated Pavement 1
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CRREL Permafrost Tunnel 5m into winze
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Livani Glass factory
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BMW Isetta on the beach
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Children singing carols in the Lutheran Church in Reghin
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Misburg Hafen
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Winter forrest
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Dupa Ziduri ST. | Graft Bastion
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Europe Gallery | Hermella
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Transilvania University of Brasov
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Black Church
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Council's Square
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Hidromecanica
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Weaver's Bastion
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