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Panorama of Bled from Ojstrica
Slovenia

Panoramic view of lake Bled from the hill Ojstrica. The island with the church with the wishing bell is visible, as well as the Bled's castle. The mountains in the background are Karavanke, with the highest peak Stol (2236m).

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Uploaded: 01/11/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: panorama; bled; ojstrica; hiking; autumn; island; slovenia; lake; castle; karavanke; stol; 2236
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