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English: Rocks Śląskie Kamienie / Dívči Kameny in Riesengebirge (Karkonosze).The rocks are up to 8 m high
Français : Roches de Śląskie Kamienie dans les monts des géants, entre la Pologne et la République Tchèque. Les rochers dépassent les 8 m de haut
Polski: Skały Śląskie Kamienie / Dívči Kameny w Karkonoszach, przy granicy polsko-czeskiej.
Date May 2008
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Author Pudelek

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50° 46′ 41.90″ N, 15° 36′ 8.20″ E

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