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End of Dock at Reykjavík Harbor
Reykjavik

A good view from the end of the dock past many of the whale and puffin watching tours.

Copyright: Scott harper
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Uploaded: 11/08/2012
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Tags: reykjavik; iceland; outdoors; harbor; dock; boats
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