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Castle Hill Boulders
New Zealand

Route 73 passes quite a few places of interest and one of which is the surreal karst landscape of Castle Hill - limestone boulders of various sizes and shapes strewn the landscape here and there and is a perfect place to play seek-and-hide.

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