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Elafonisos Small Port Greece
Greece

This is a special port that only small fishing boats can use. One thinks that these boats originaly lived on a painting but where brought here recently to make this port more beautifull. They truly are almost like a painting.

Copyright: Vasilis triantafyllou
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Uploaded: 30/08/2009
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Tags: mani; manh; greece; peloponnese; peloponisos; elafonisos; elafonisi; paralia; breach; simos; amoudia; leuki; leyki; port; kaiki; kaikia
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