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Traditional Houses of mountains in Romania at high altitude
Romania

A typical mountain environment in Fundata Romanias situated at an altitude of 1380 m, along Rucar Bran. Beautifull Saint Bernards dogs.

Copyright: Florin nae
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Uploaded: 03/12/2009
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Tags: fundata; romania; saint bernard; beautifull; landscape; outdoors
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