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Soca Valley from mount Kolovrat
Slovenia

A magnificent view from boundary hill Kolovrat, overlooking the Soča valley. In front we can see the Mt. Krn and on the left we can admire the view all the way to Kobarid and Mt. Stol.

Copyright: Gorazd Bajt
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Uploaded: 27/05/2014
Updated: 17/06/2014
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