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File:Kinbasket Lake, Columbia River, British Columbia.jpg


English: Kinbasket Lake - reservoir on Columbia River in British Columbia, Canada. Photo taken at the northern tip of the lake, looking south. On the right - Monashee Mountains, range of Columbia Mountains.
Polski: Jezioro Kinbasket - zbiornik retencyjny na rzece Kolumbia w Kolumbii Brytyjskiej (Kanada). Widok w kierunku południowym z północnego krańca jeziora. Po prawej pasmo Monashee Mountains, należące do Columbia Mountains.
Date July 2007
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Author Marek Ślusarczyk ( Tupungato) Photo gallery
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52° 8′ 0.00″ N, 118° 27′ 0.00″ W

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