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Ελληνικά: Χειμερινή άποψη του Δάσους Τροόδους κοντά στη Χιονίστρα
English: Winter view of the forest of Chionistra, in the Troodos Mountains in west-central Cyprus. Identifiable trees are Pinus nigra.
Русский: Зимний лес в горах Троодос (Кипр)
Date 8 March 2008 (original upload date) (Original text : 20.02.08)
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Author Chneophytou Original uploader was Chneophytou at el.wikipedia
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