Pine natural monument

Sosna zwyczajna pomnik przyrody w Wełczu koło Buska Zdroju. Pokryte korą odsłonięte korzenie drzewa wystają z ziemi na ponad 3 metry, a nad nimi góruje kilkunastometrowa sosna.

Copyright: Andrzej adeko
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Resolution: 20224x10112
Uploaded: 29/05/2014
Updated: 30/05/2014


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