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Winter day on the snow covered Magurka Mountain, Beskid Maly (Little Beskid Montain), southern Poland
Poland

After about one hour climbing from the saddle Przegibek the clearing on the Magurka Magurka Mountain is reached. Even on the cold, winter day it is very nice to visit the place because of snow, enchanting landscapes.

Copyright: Zbigniew Pilip
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Uploaded: 09/02/2010
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Tags: magurka; winter; snow; bielsko-biała; poland; snow landscapes
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