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Top of the cozla mountain in Piatra Neamt, with gondola and chairlift
Romania
Copyright: Michael pop
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Tags: piatra neamt; slope; partie; partia; piste; skipiste; cozla; neamt; romania; moldova; mountain; mountains; munte; berg; chairlift; sesselbahn; telescaun; telegondola; gondola; gondel
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