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Castles in Mourne Mountains
UK
Photo was taken on winter deay 2nd of January 2011. We have been on the walk to shoot some panoramas. This one havent been in the plans, but I like it so I uploadet it in here.
Copyright: Marek koszorek
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Caricate: 03/01/2011
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Tags: ireland; northern ireland; mourn mountains; county down
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