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Evening in Ronco sopra Ascona
Switzerland

Last sunshine after a wonderful day in Ronco sopra Ascona in Ticino, Switzerland. There is a nice view down to the church and down to the Lago Maggiore with the Isola di Brissago. 

See  http://www.ascona-locarno.com/en/destinations/ronco.html

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Tags: ronco; ascona; ticino; swiss; switzerland; sunset; evening; brissago
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