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Saint Constantin
Greece

The view from the church of Saint Constantin in the venetian castle of Paroikia could be one of the best in Aegeon. From here you can see the town and admire its mingling colours of white houses, the blue sky and the azure sea. Or you can be charmed by the sunset.

Copyright: Costas Vassis
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6708x3354
Taken: 27/08/2009
Uploadet: 06/01/2010
Opdateret: 02/07/2014
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Tags: saint constantin; church; orthodox; cyclades; paros; island; religion; greek islands; greece
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