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Ara River, Bujaruelo Valley, Pyrennes Mountains - Spain
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On the Spanish-French borderline - Just beside the Ordesa National Park, close to Gavarnie Massif, a quiet river running through an amazing environment
Copyright: Ignacio Borrego Polanco
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Uploaded: 17/07/2011
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Tags: nature - ordesa national park - north spain
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