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Grill in the mountain after Petrokhan before Barzia

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Having a grill in the mountain while on the road is of the moments that make you feel happy. This area is after Petrokhan and before the village of Barzia. On the other side of the road the local wood choppers have gathered their material for transportation. Made by LazyWeaver

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