Sunset at lake flega
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Sunset at lake flega

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Flega lakes are two small alpine lakes, situated in Flega (Mavrovouni) mountain as a part of Vikos-Aoos national park in nothern greece.

  • stylianos kanakaris 3 months ago
    καταπληκτικο κωστα !!!! σουπερ χρωμα !!
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