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The Cross at Bray Head Summit
Ireland

The cross at Bray Head Summit, near Bray town, is very popular with hillwalkers to see the Irish Sea and the Wicklow Mountains. Every Good Friday a large number of people goes to the top of the hill in a processing doing the stations of the cross.

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Tags: mountain; landascape; cross; summit; montanha; cruzeiro; paisagem; cliff; hill; sea; montanhas; trilha; mar; colinas; irlanda; ireland; wicklow
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