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Kolovrat
Slovenia

On the right bank of river Soča, rises a Kolovrat ridge with its many summits. From the summit opens a beautiful view over to Soča valley from Mt. Kanin all over to Mt. Sveta gora (St.Mountain) one one side and on the other side we can admire the Italian region of Friuli all the way to Adriatic sea.

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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
Updated: 23/05/2012
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