Bonifacio, Corsica
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Bonifacio, Corsica

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The south of Corsica at Bonifacio, a French island

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A: Cretaceous cliff at Bonifacio

by Bernhard Ehrminger, 2.7 km away

Cretaceous cliff at Bonifacio

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by Bernhard Ehrminger, 2.7 km away

C: Swimmingpool Corsica

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D: Deserted Maora Beach

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E: Sail school at Maora plage

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F: Lavezzy Island

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Lavezzy Island

G: Santa Teresa Gallura, Punta Falcone

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H: Plage de Rondinara

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I: Santa Teresa Gallura, Scala di Li Cabaddhi

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J: Santa Teresa Gallura, belvedere

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This panorama was taken in Corsica

This is an overview of Corsica

An animated island, past and present, Corsica "often conquered, never subdued" has been successively Pisan and Genovese and has been French since 1768. It enjoys a special constitutional status. Mountain in the sea, Corsica is also called Island of beauty, not without reason. The diversity of its scenery, and its preservation from the aggressions of development and tourism, makes it one of the pearls of the Mediterranean sea.

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