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Raven Ravine, Sigulda (Kraukļa aiza)
Latvia

Atrodas Siguldā 400 m uz DA no Paradīzes kalna. Uz aizas sienām atrodas seni uzraksti. Sienu augstums 11,5 m.Kraukļu aizā atrodas 5 m dziļa "Kraukļu ala"

Gaujas Nacionālais parks, Latvija.

Sigulda is town in Latvia, 53 km from the capital city Riga, situated in Gauja National Park territory.

There are antique inscriptions on the walls of the ravine. The height of the walls is 11,5 m. There is 5 m long triangular cave formed in the wall of the ravine

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