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Azure Window
Malta

The Azure Window (Maltese: Tieqa Żerqa) is a natural arch in the Maltese island of Gozo featuring a table-like rock over the sea. The Inland Sea, Gozo, and Dwejra Bay, were created millions of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed. This and the near by Blue Hole and Inland sea are popular scuba diving sites.

Dwejra is a tourist village that belongs to the town of St. Lawrence, Gozo, Malta.

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Copyright: Pierre Axiaq
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Uploaded: 20/08/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: gozo; dwejra; blue hole; inland sea; azure window; malta
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