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Meteora-Under-Saint-Nicholas
Greece
In the middle of the Meteora region, just below the Monastery of St Nicholas Anapausas (Moni Ayou Nikolaou).
Copyright: Renaud toussaint
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Resolution: 14408x7204
Uploaded: 23/07/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014
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Tags: meteora; kalampaka; cliffs; geology; monastery; nature; greece
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