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Blue hour Bled panorama
Slovenia
Bled during the "blue hour", from the panoramic terrace. Of note is the Bled castle on the rock (lighted in orange lights); on the left side is the island of Bled with the church on it, while on the right of the castle there's the church on the mainland. Continuing on the right, there's the pool area of the Hotel Park visible (top floor), then there are car light trails from the main road from the highway towards Bohinj. Finally, the empty terrace of the Panorama Restaurant - where the famous Bled cream cakes are served.
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Uploaded: 22/01/2013
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