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Auckland Skyline from the Ancient Crater of Mt. Eden
New Zealand

A trip to the crater of Mt Eden, the highest natural ground amongst all the immediate suburbs of Auckland is supposedly a must for every toursit who visited the city - I manged to do it at long last on my third visit there.

Copyright: Arroz Marisco
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Uploaded: 13/06/2013
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Tags: auckland; sky tower; eden; crater; new zealand
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