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Jested - Virive Kameny Winter Sunset
Czech Republic

Vířivé Kameny is a quartzite rock formation standing just below the summit of the Ještěd mountain with its Perret prize winning hotel. You can get wonderful views of the Liberec valley from here. Taken on late winter afternoon in freezing conditions.

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Uploaded: 19/03/2013
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