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Val Rosandra (Hervati)
Trieste

Val Rosandra/Bagnoli al tramonto.

Panorama scattato il 21/2/2012 da un punto panoramico della strada asfaltata tra Hervati e Botazzo, proprio sopra la pista ciclabile.

Copyright: Matteo Leoni
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Uploaded: 21/02/2012
Updated: 13/08/2014
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Tags: val rosandra; trieste; hervati; botazzo; siaris; premuda; san dorligo; dolina; monte carso
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