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Callinico
Greece

A panoramic image that i took in few seconds during a visit at Callinico Winery in Zakynthos, Greece. They produce some good wines, like Verdea (a white table) and others. This is the museum-room, with some old tools, bottles, etc.

Copyright: Federico infanti
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Uploaded: 18/08/2010
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