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Fterolaka, Mt. Giona
Greece
Copyright: Kostas kaltsas
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Uploaded: 18/08/2013
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Camping at Fterolaka, mt. Giona
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Full Moon camping at Fterolaka, mt Giona
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Dawn at Fterolaka, mt. Giona
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Between Vraila and Gerontovrachos, Mt. Giona
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Beneath The Stars
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Mt. Giona in winter
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Autumn under the shadow of Mt. Giona
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