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Klapa / Klapa Viewpoint
Slovakia
Klapa viewpoint (sometimes called "Kmotrina skala/godmother´s rock") is a viewpoint in the middle of the forrest between Ziar nad hronom and Bartosova Lehotka with great 360 panoramatic outlook on whole Ziar nad hronom district.
Copyright: Miro Sklenar
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Resolution: 21000x10500
Uploaded: 02/11/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: klapa; kmotrina skala; hiking; nautre; slovakia; ziar nad hronom
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