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Volcanski most
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Bridge over emerald river Soča on the main road between Tolmin and Nova gorica. On the image we can also see two hills in valley of Tolmin. On the left we can see Mrzli vrh and on the right, there is Vodil vrh.

Copyright: Gorazd bajt
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Uploaded: 06/05/2012
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Tags: volcanski; most; volcanski most; tolmin; posocje; slovenija; creed
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