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Drinking a hot wine at the Straja Slope
Romania
Copyright: Michael Pop
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Uploaded: 18/12/2009
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Tags: evening; sunset; seara; apus; landscape; winter; iarna; zapada; snow; schnee; trees; nature; ski; slope; straja; hunedoara; romania; transsylvania; wine; gluhwein; vin; vin fiert
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