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相生市の天下台山にあるとんび岩からの眺め
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兵庫県相生市の天下台山の北へ伸びる尾根上に、とんび岩と呼ばれる岩があり、その上で撮影したパノラマです。

天下台山の北尾根コースと呼ばれる登山道を歩いていると出会うことが出来、横から見ると鳥の頭のような形をしているところから、とんび岩と名付けられています。

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送信日: 29/12/2011
更新日: 25/04/2014
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