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Samotnia shelter over Small Lake in the Sudetenland
Poland

Small Lake in Sudetenland and the Samotnia shelter are one of the most beautiful places of todays Poland.

Copyright: Zbigniew Pilip
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Uploaded: 28/12/2009
Updated: 09/09/2014
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Tags: samotnia; samotnia shelter; sudeten; karkonosze; krkonos; karkonos
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