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Golem Kamen (BIG ROCK) overlooking the Prespa Lake and Lake Strezevo
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Golem Kamen (BIG ROCK) Macedonian (Голем Камен) overlooking the Prespa Lake and Lake Strezevo, Resen, village Sopotsko, village Zlatari - Macedonia

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