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The big waterfall in the entrance to Naousa
Greece

In the entrance to Naousa we see a big waterfall from river Arapitsa.

Copyright: Nikos Biliouris
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6405x3202
Taken: 13/02/2009
Uploaded: 15/02/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015
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Tags: naousa; biliouris nikos; waterfall; arapitsa; ναουσα; μπιλιουρης; panorama 360; αραπιτσα
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