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The view over Iška river canyon.
Slovenia
The rocks of Krvava peč and canyon of Iška. On the other side is village of Osredek.
Copyright: Zoran Vidrih
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 6000x2075
Taken: 01/08/2013
Uploaded: 16/06/2014
Updated: 20/06/2014
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Tags: iška; canyon; krvava; pec; rocks; cliffs
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