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Sunset in Oia, Santorini
Greece

During summer 2010, we visited this lovely Greek volcanic island -Santorini- where the sunset stops time while hundreds of visitors gather among its tiny streets to admire how the white houses change colors with the sun rays.

Copyright: Jorge García De Andoín
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Uploadet: 02/03/2011
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Tags: sunset; nature; santorini; greece; island
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