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Seljalandsfoss
Iceland

The Seljalandswaterfall in Iceland in the Þórsmerk region is one of the most beatifull waterfalls.

It falls down 60 meters (200 ft) and you can walk around it.

Copyright: Karel Gillissen
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Uploaded: 19/06/2013
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