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View of Passo di Fedaia and Marmolada in Dolomites
Veneto

A beautiful view of the Marmolada mountain (3343m) across the valley and the Passo di Fedaia (2056m) in the valley below. The pano is taken from the Mesolina (2642m) hill-side, near the Rifugio Passo Padon

Copyright: Jan vrsinsky
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Chargée: 05/09/2010
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Tags: mountains; hiking; trek; ferrate; passo; padon; rifugio; marmolada; dolomites; fedaia
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