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View from the peak of mt. Smolikas on a clear,autumn day
Greece

This panorama was shot from the highest peak of mt.Smolikas at 2637m. altitude. Smolikas is the highest and one of the  mountains that form Pindos mountain range. In this panorama we can easily distinguish in various distances  many other mountains of Pindos such as Gkamila,Gramos,Voio,Vasilitsa and Lakmos. I ascented the mountain on a very clear,sunny day of October 2012 and the view from the peak was marvellous.

Copyright: Takis Konstantakos
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 19320x4086
Uploaded: 13/02/2014
Updated: 14/02/2014
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Tags: greece; epirus; ioannina; pindos mountain range; smolikas mountain; peaks; fall
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