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Winter trekking in Piatra Craiului
Romania

This panorama was taken while trekking on the Piatra Craiului mountains, on the 30.12.2012. We are on the track coming from Prapastiile Zarnestilor and heading to Curmatura chalet.

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Tags: piatra craiului; brasov; romania; mountain; snow; trekking; nature; curmatura; zarnesti
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