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English: Alpine valley of Krnica near Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. The highest peak (in the clouds) in the picture is Škrlatica.
Slovenščina: Dolina Krnice pri Kranjski Gori. Najvišji vrh (v oblakih) je Škrlatica, desno od nje Rakova špica, Rogljica in Dovški Gamsovec, skrajno desno Kriška stena.
Date 12 July 2009
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Author Matijap


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