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24156x12078 Pixel Le Mont St. Michel France
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Mt. St. Michel is one of the oldest and most important touristic attractions. In former times Mt. St. Michel was an island (very) near to the North-coast of France in the area of Brittany and the Normandy.

The work has begun, to make Mt. St. Michel to an island again.

Visit this place, you will love it!

Copyright: Uwe Koenigsmann
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Resolution: 24156x12078
Uploaded: 29/08/2011
Updated: 22/09/2014
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Tags: island; stmichel; michel; brittany; bretagne; normandie; megapixel; megapanorama; church; abbey; kirche; kloster; insel; normandy; kingpanorama; mont
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