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tavertet cliffs
Spain

view from the cliffs between tavertet and rupit. Vista desde els cingles de tavertet, entre tavertet i rupit. pel cami que va seguint el cingle prop de l'avenc

Copyright: David llagostera
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 4252x1692
Chargée: 03/07/2013
Mis à jour: 05/07/2013
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Tags: tavertet; rupit; pruit; gulleries; sau; susqueda; cliffs; garrotxa; catalonia; osona; vic; olot; nature; trekking
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