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Sant Miquel del Fai. Entrance
Spain

Entrada principal al Santuari de Sant Miquel del Fai, al paratge conegut com els Cingles de Bertí, a la comarca del Vallès Oriental

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Uploaded: 17/11/2011
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Tags: sant miquel del fai; fai; santuari; natura; nature; outdoors; forest; waterfall; cascada; bosc; cingles de bertí
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