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The four men looking at the mount Triglav
Slovenia
A panorama taken in autumn in Ribčev laz by the lake Bohinj. The monument is to the four men from the nearby Bohinj, who climed the highest mountain in Slovenija, mount Triglav (2864m), for the first time (year 1776). They are pointing in direction of the mount Triglav. The beautiful and iconic church of Saint John the Baptist can also be sen.
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