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Autumn at the Burnham Beeches, Egypt, England
England

Known as one of the finest woodland tracts anywhere in England; this is where they shot Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves and several other films. This panorama was shot just outside the little village of Egypt.

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Uploaded: 15/10/2010
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