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Mountain Panorama, Pirgaki
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Mountain panorama from Pirgaki, Oiti

Copyright: Kostas Kaltsas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19986x9993
Uploaded: 21/05/2010
Updated: 26/08/2014
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Tags: mountain; giona; vardousia; oiti
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Sunset-Moonrise at Pirgaki, mt. Iti
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Pirgaki Winter Panorama
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Katafygio Oiti
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Historic Rally Acropolis at Vrizes
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Autumn into the forest
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In to the forest. Vrizes, Mt. Oiti.
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Giona-Vardousia-Oiti
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Autumn under the shadow of Mt. Giona
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Lago Bianco
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Reka gorge, Mt. Giona
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Rentina, Monastery of the Assumption
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Profitis Ilias above Lilea village
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Trikala, Fortess
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Meteora
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Marmari
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Monodendri
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