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The Svínafellsjökull glacier
Iceland

The Svínafellsjökull glacier at the Vatnajökull National Park.

This is a small but dangerous glacier where in 2007 two people were lost.

Copyright: Karel gillissen
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Resolution: 12476x6238
Uploaded: 21/06/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014
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Tags: iceland glacier svínafellsjökull vatnajökull national park
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