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Grešna gorica-1
Slovenia

At the parking place of an restaurant in rural tourism style, the owner has built a downsized replica of the nearby castle Veliki Tabor, which is visible at the top of the neighboring hill.

Copyright: Igor Adamec
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Caricate: 02/08/2011
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