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Gorge of "Bouzounick" at Valaora Evrytania
Greece

The gorge of "Bouzounick" close to the village Valaora at Central Greece. A monument of nature next to granitsioti river. An eazy for trecking gorge for kids an adults.

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Uploaded: 27/10/2012
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Tags: gorge; canyon; nature; outdoors; landscape; greek; mountains
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