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Eyjafjallajökull
Iceland

Panoramica des de el Volca Eyjafjallajökull durant la realitzacio del Trekking de Laugavegur entre Ladmannalaugar i Skogar, el estiu de 2012, podem observar la glacera del mateix nom i la glacera del Myrdalsjökull

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Tags: eyjafjallajökull; myrdalsjökull; island; islandia; trekking; landmannalaugar; laugavegur; eruption; lava; volcan; volcano; skogar
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