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Erna Cave
Slovakia

Jaskyňa Erňa je vynikajúco ukrytá v južnom svahu Zádielskej planiny. Dóm sa radí k najväčším podzemným priestorom v Slovenskom krase.

Chcel by som sa poďakovať Dávidovi Takáčovi  bez ktorého by táto snímka nevznikla.

Copyright: Martin berta
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送信日: 06/07/2010
更新日: 27/02/2012
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