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BALTIC SEA Niechorze - Pogorzelica
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Plaża między Niechorzem a Pogorzelicą 24-02-2013r. Dokarmianie głodnych mew. Pogoda jak to zimą wietrznie zimno ogólnie średnio przyjemnie

Copyright: Jacek miąsek
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Uploaded: 24/02/2013
Updated: 02/03/2013
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