Island Krk - Baska beach
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Island Krk - Baska beach

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Island Krk, view on Baška village and its beautiful beach.

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A: Baska beach - island Krk

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Baska beach is most popular beach the island Krk.

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B: Insel Krk - Croatia

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C: Baska beach, Krk, Croatia

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E: Harbor of Baska Croatia

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F: Evening townscape

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H: Descent to the sea

by Dashkov Vladimir, 1.7 km away

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I: Harbor of Baska Croatia

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J: Landing stage for yachts and boats

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This panorama was taken in Croatia, Europe

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