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Gulf of Trieste from the military lookout
Slovenia
View from the abandoned military lookout to the gulf of Trieste in Italy. The lookout stands in Slovenia, in the immediate vicinity of the Italian border. The lookout was used by the Yugoslavian army.
Copyright: Zoran Trost
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9836x4918
Uploaded: 05/04/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: trieste; gulf; lookout; military; yugoslavia
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