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Cinovnicka livada
Croatia

Here is the Cinovnicka livada in winter. In the absence of snow, many citizens of Zagreb and the surrounding area come to Sljeme to sledding and skiing.

Copyright: Sasa Hublin
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Resolution: 18000x9000
Taken: 28/01/2012
Загружена: 28/01/2012
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