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Osada Jizerka (September)
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View of the settlement Jizerka (Klein Iser, 862 m above sea level) from the slope of basalt hill Bukovec (1005 m asl) in the Jizera Mountains. Below us so called globe-flower meadow, meandering stream of Jizerka creek and on the remote horizon the lookout tower on Smrk Mountain.

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Uploaded: 09/09/2013
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