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Akrafjall
Iceland
A waterfall by the Akrafjall just above the water basin where Akranes gets it's drinking water. You can get there in one hour by walking from Akranes or by car.
Copyright: Dimitri Gerster
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Uploaded: 02/05/2014
Updated: 06/05/2014
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Tags: akranes; iceland; island; waterfall; wasserfall; birds; move; sky; himmel; sheep; schaf
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