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Greece Santorini Cape Akrotiri Faros
Greece

The western end of Santorini is marked by a lighthouse guiding the ships into the caldera. You have a beautiful view over the Aegean like on many places on the island.

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Uploaded: 13/06/2011
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Tags: lighthouse; sea; aegean; view; cape
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