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Diana's tower
Romania
Climbing on the track to Padina Popii peak, in Piatra Craiului mountains, we took a short rest. We can see to the north the mountain rocky side called Diana;s tower. This panorama was taken on the track coming from Diana refuge.
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Uploaded: 07/09/2011
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Tags: diana; padina popii; piatra craiului; brasov; mountain; nature; climb; track
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