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View from Mt. Beniyama
Japan

This panorama was taken at the summit of Mt. beniyama (184 meters) in Ono, Hyogo Pref.

To the south of the summit is a huge, steep rocky slope.

Some hikers enjoy the slope and the others don't run a risk.

To the east of Beniyama is a flat summit of Mt. Souyama.

These are the most popular mountains in this cluster of summits.

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Uploaded: 03/01/2013
Updated: 25/04/2014
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Tags: japan; hyogo; ono; nature; mountain
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