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Barskaya polayana aka Orliniy zalet
Ukraine

A view of the Belbek river's valley from ridge Barskaya polayana aka Orliniy zalet just above the Sokolinoe village.

Hiking of mountain Crimea in may 2009.

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Copyright: Anton kalkasov
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Uploaded: 22/08/2009
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Tags: 2009; nature; mountains; hiking; ukraine; crimea
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