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Clover Creek Bridge, Sequoia National Park, California, USA
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Sequoia National Park, located high in the Sierra of Central California, has spectacular scenery. The main attractions are the the giant Sequoia trees sprinkled across the mountains and canyons of the Park. But aside from the huge trees, the Park has incredible mountain scenery.
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