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Monte Perdido
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Panorama des de La Punta Escaleras, al Parque Nacional de Ordesa i el Monte Perdido, el 8 de Juliol de 2012, hem pujat des de Nerin i hem fet El Monte Perdido per Las Escaleras  i el Cilindro de Marbore

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Uploaded: 14/07/2012
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Tags: monteperdido; "mont perdu"; "mont perdut"; ordesa; escaleras; escupidera; "parque nacional"; marbore; astazuous; gavarnie; gavarni
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