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Mount Brandon
Ireland

 At 952m above sea level Mount Brandon dominates the landscape of Cloghane village in the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. Formed over two hundred million years ago during the Armorican Fold Mountain building period. Later, glacation shaped the valley creating magnificant scenery-corrie lakes, ribbon lakes, rock steps, waterfalls. Climb to the top of Mount Brandon and experience the breath-taking scenery for yourself. A mountaineer's paradise. Not to be missed. 

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更新: 25/09/2014
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Tags: cloghane; brandon; mount brandon; dingle; kerry; ireland
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