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Beach of Kalamitsi
Greece

Small beach in Kalamitsi, Greece. Very beatiful place with some small hotels, campings & good food. There is the strange unfinished town near - in the next harbour with labirint of roads but without houses. Panorama is made by Light & Dark Studio, Thessaloniki

Copyright: Alexander Hadji
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Uploaded: 02/08/2010
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Tags: beach; sea; aegean sea; greece; summer
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