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Kemeri National Park, Walking Trail near Sloka Lake.
Latvia

Ķemeru Nacionālais parks.

Slokas ezera pastaigu taka. Tiltiņš pār Vēršupīti.
Īpaši aizsargājama dabas teritorija.
Ķemeri, Jūrmala, Latvija.

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Uploaded: 03/08/2009
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