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Liakoura - Parnassos
Greece

Πανοραμική στον Παρνασσό, κάτω από την ψηλότερη κορυφή του, τη Λιάκουρα (βρίσκεται στα βόρεια του παρατηρητή). Διακρίνονται και οι περισσότερες ψηλές κορυφές του βουνού καθώς και το κουβούκλιο του "Ηρακλή" στα βορειοδυτικά αν και όχι αρκετά καθαρά λόγω της ανάλυσης της φωτογραφίας, όπως επίσης και η "περιφερειακή πίστα" του χιονοδρομικού.

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Uploaded: 04/01/2013
Updated: 18/06/2013
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