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Diana refuge
Romania

Diana refuge, located at 1520 m altitude, in Piatra Craiului mountains N-V slope, between Padina Inchisa and Padina Popii valley. The refuge is a good place to spend the night or wait for the rain to pass.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2011
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Tags: diana; refugiu; piatra craiului; refuge; zarnesti; brasov; mountain; nature
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