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Bled panorama from Mala Osojnica
Slovenia

Mala Osojnica is a small hill which allows one of the most beautiful views of the lake Bled, Slovenia. Lake Bled is one of the main tourist attractions in Slovenia as it offers something for everyone: from hiking, cycling...to more classy tourism with casinos and ***** hotels. A bit less than 1 hour hike from the town Bled (you need good hiking shoes!), you can enjoy the view of the lake, the island with the church, the castle on the rock just by the lake, the Karavanke mountains in the background with the highest peak Stol (2236 m), as well as other mountains like Golca, Begunjščica, Košuta, Storžič, Krvavec... Aslo, the hill with the local skiing slopes Straža (right side of the lake, the left part of the "double" hill).

Copyright: Zoran Trost
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9784x4892
Taken: 18/10/2012
Uploaded: 07/11/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: mala; osojnica; bled; slovenia; view; lake; attraction; hiking; island; church; castle; karavanke; stol; 2236; golca; begunjščica; košuta; storžič; krvavec; straža
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