Murcki Coal Mine

Zwałowisko ma wysokości 339 m n.p.m. i było usypywane od 1900r. Wysokość od podnórza to 59 m. To drugi po Wzgórzu Wandy co do wysokości szczyt w Katowicach.

Copyright: Tomasz Owczarek
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 6716x1400
Uploaded: 11/10/2012
Updated: 12/10/2012


Tags: coal mine; pile; moutain; nature; sunset; summer
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