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"Ciasne Skalki" gully
Poland

"Ciasne Skalki" gully is a dry valley with the rocky bottom. There are many thresholds, owes a large amount of limestone boulders, and rocks covered with moss.

Copyright: Robert pipala
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Uploaded: 15/01/2011
Updated: 04/09/2014
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Tags: brama krakowska; landscape; limestone; cliffs; nature; ojcow; poland; rock; national park; ojcow national park; karst
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