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The rocky top of Nagy-Kevély (Big Lordly). This mountain is only 534 m high, but it emerges in a quite solid fashion from its surroundings.
In the near background you can see Kis-Kevély (Little Lordly, 481 m), which hosts the "Teddy Bear" cave. Another nice view opens from here on the Buda Hills.
(Pilis Mountains, 16. May, 2009.)