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View from Ploce at Miroc mountain in Djerdap national park
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Ploče is peack at Miroč mountain in "Djerdap" national park in Serbia. Bellow peack Danube river flows. Across the Danube river is Romania.

This trip was organised by Planinarsko društvo "Vukan" from Požarevac.

Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Uploaded: 24/05/2010
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Tags: miroc; mountain; danube; kazan; serbia; romania; ploce; peack
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