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Vallone d'Arpy dal lago d'Arpy
Italy
Il vallone d'Arpy dal lago d'Arpy. Sullo sfondo da sinistra il monte Bianco di Courmayer, il dente del Gigante nella nebbia e le Grandes Jorasses.
Copyright: Damiano pietrobono
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更新: 05/08/2014
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Tags: morgex. lago d'arpy; arpy; inverno; vallone d'arpy; monte bianco di courmayer; grandes jorasses
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