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Mourn Wall at the Gap Between Slieve Commedagh and Slieve Donard
UK

Photo was taken 2nd of March 2001, I did took this one standing at the top of thr wall, it was quite difficukt to turn around, keep camera stedy and do not fall... but I did managed...

Copyright: Marek Koszorek
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Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 02/03/2011
Uploaded: 12/03/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014
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Tags: ireland; northern ireland; mountains of mourne
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