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small bridge in a lake
Lithuania

so this location is vey nice sinse its in a sort of island. U have to cross a bridge thrugh a swamp to get here, but once here its very nice beach and a place to stay.

Copyright: Mantas Talmantas
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Tags: bridge; lake; paliepis; lithuania; swamp; weekend; leasure; rest; swim
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