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Piha Beach - West Coast, North Island, New Zealand
New Zealand

Piha Beach is on the West Coast of the North Island of New Zealand, It is about an hour's drive from Auckland and a great place to go for the day; good walks, beaches and the dramatic Kitekite falls nearby. Piha is known for Lion's Rock which sits in the middle of the beach (seen in the distance in this panorama).

Copyright: Jan Dunlop
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8068x4034
Hochgeladen: 05/11/2011
Aktualisiert: 12/08/2014
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Tags: beach; scenic; coast; nature; landscapes; new zealand
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