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Satyanaryan Temple
India

This is an old temple of Shri Satya Narayan on the kilbury road just 100mts aheard of himalaya darshan point. If you can get on top by treaking just behind teh temple you get a magnificant unrestricted view of himalayas but th etrek is quite risky with steep falls on 1 side.

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上传: 12/01/2011
更新: 14/08/2014
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Tags: nainital; himalaya darshan; kilbury road
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