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Canoba Pero at Tucepi
Croatia

Canoba Pero - this is unique private house which is located in national park Biokovo  near Tucepi. It is old house with yard and beatiful view at sea. Earlier in this house lived people. Now, It's like private local history museum. 

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Uploaded: 01/09/2012
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Tags: nature; sea; seascape; landscape; sky; sun; trees; park; house; table; village; croatia; tucepi; summer; summertime; adriatic
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