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Circus of Gavarnie
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The fabulous Circus of Gavarnie in Pyrenees, there is beautiful water falls. This site is protected by UNESCO. This circus is dominated by high mountains over 3000 m

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Uploaded: 23/07/2011
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Tags: gavarnie; mont perdu; pyrenees; unesco; mountain
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