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Zanoaga glade
Romania
Passing trough Zanoaga glade, on my way to Curmatura chalet, in Piatra Craiului mountains. Curmatura is one of my favorite mountain chalets in Romania, and Zanoaga glade has a special meaning for me, when I get here, I feel like my destination is close-by. I'm sure a lot of tourists have the same feeling, so enjoy :)
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送信日: 24/11/2011
更新日: 11/09/2014
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Tags: piatra craiului; zanoaga; romania; curmatura; nature; mountain; glade; summer
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