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Beach at Can Sanc, Cataluna, Spain
Spain
Ideal for children, sunbathing, and swimmers is this summer's day at Can Sanc beach. Beside the boat harbour, its features a gentle wave.
Copyright: John Nayler
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Uploaded: 19/06/2013
Updated: 22/06/2013
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