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March 21, 2004

Madeira: Foggy Woods

Filed under: — Laurenz @ 9:31 pm

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“Madeira” means “wood” in Portuguese - and even today large parts of the island are covered by woods.
Nowadays, most of the woods are mainly Eucalyptus (gum) trees, whereas the native laurel trees are only restricted to small part of the inner island.
In any case, it’s nice to walk here, although the whether may change any minute and fog may close in on you very rapidly.

Edited: Please note, there now is a special gallery with 50 photos from Madeira

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