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La Vaioaga Waterfall in the Beiului Valley, Romania
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In terms of landscape, some of Nera Gorges, most admired spots are such crystal-clear water expands such as the Bey’s Eye or the Devil’s Lake, the Beusnitsa and Vaioaga waterfalls, as well as tunneled pathways in Sasca Montana.

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Uploaded: 22/09/2009
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Tags: la vaioaga; beiului; bei; valley; beusnita; sasca romana; nera; nerei; gorge
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