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Italy Radar Hills - 06/2017

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This ex Nato Base is not really spectacular regarding its structure or facilities but for its location. Situated on the top of a hill (about 1000m) it's a beautifull place to spend the night having a barbecue and some drinks with your buddies. Don't forget to wrap up warm. In the nights it's getting damn cold up there even in summer. 



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I'd like to visit here some time, great photos! One of them is not working by the way....#7...



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Great pics! Maybe I will go there, too, on my next trip to Italy in summer 2018.

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