Vraní skály - v soutěsce
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Vraní skály - v soutěsce

A group of rocks near Horní sedlo (Lužické hory)



Copyright: Jan Kyncl
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11260x5630
Taken: 15/06/2013
Uploaded: 19/06/2013
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: vranní skály; rock; climbing
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