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The tree on the ridge of Jamnik
Slovenia

There is a nice path from the village of Jamink over the ridge to the church of sv. Primož in Felicijan. Somewhere in the middle of the path, there is a big beautiful linden tree, standing all alone.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Taken: 08/05/2012
Uploaded: 09/09/2012
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