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Shelter at the top Magurka, Beskid Maly (Little Beskid Mountain), southern Poland
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Magurka is popular destination for tourists living in the near of it, in Bielsko-Biala and in other locations. Thus, even in the cold, winter day in front of the shelter is still something going on.

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Tags: magurka; winter; snow; bielsko-biała; poland; shelter; snow landscapes
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