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King's Oaks
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The King's Oaks in the Hormoier Valley, Els roures del rei a la Vall d'hormoier.
Copyright: David llagostera
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 3840x1919
Uploaded: 23/02/2014
Updated: 24/02/2014
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Tags: garrotxa; alta garrotxa; nature; catalunya; catalonia; old trees; mountain; pirennes
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