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Meteora-near-great-meteorom
Greece

On a rock between the two largest monasteries of meteoras. Few hundred meters above the city of Kalampaka, between the two main rock formations.

Copyright: Renaud Toussaint
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Uploaded: 23/07/2011
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Tags: meteora; cliffs; geology; monastery; nature; greece; kalampaka
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