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A Bench at the Pier
Denmark

At the end of the pier in the old fishing port of Ebeltoft, we find this bench, where you can sit and enjoy the view while you wonder about the life and dream about the great oceans - But be aware that it's also a resting place for seagulls, so don't wear your best suit ;-)

Copyright: Flemming v. larsen
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Uploaded: 11/08/2009
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Tags: habour; ebeltoft; mols; denmark
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