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Cairns rouges à Brocéliande
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Dans une ancienne carrière de Brocéliande non loin de la tombe de l'enchanteur Merlin, on peut admirer ces cairns en schiste rouge laissés par des visiteurs...

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In a Brocéliande former career near the tomb of Merlin the enchanter, you can see these red shale cairns left by visitors ...

Copyright: Zaellig
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Uploaded: 26/11/2009
Updated: 24/02/2012
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Tags: nature; career; stones; cairns; brocéliande; bretagne; france; red shale
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