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Greece Santorini Firostefani Caldera View Church
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From Firostfani, like from many places, you have a stunning view over the caldera of Santorini. The contrast between the white houses, the blue sea, the red rocks and the blue and white sky is amazing every time you see it.

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Uploaded: 19/06/2011
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Tags: lookout; volcano; caldera; white; blue
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