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Bridge to the Sea in Palanga
Lithuania

This is one of the oldest and largest wooden bridges in the region. Thousands of people come to visit this place. The view to the wonderful sunset opens up in the evenings.

Copyright: Aurimas liutikas
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Uploaded: 26/07/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: palanga; beach; brigde; lithuania
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