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Nõva beach and singing sands
Estonia

Beautiful and peaceful nature of Nõva: beautiful beach with it's famous singing sands, small lakes and rivers, pine forests with lots of delicious berries and mushrooms.

Copyright: Kristo Rihm
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Uploaded: 12/09/2011
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: estonia; coast; beach; sand; nature; clean; singing sands; nova; panorama; sea; seaside; water; waves; peaceful; calm; clouds; cloudy
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