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Korcula, Dalmatia
Croatia

Old town of Korcula, UNESCO World heritage site, Birth Town of Marco Polo

Panorama taken during a sailing trip, August 2007, Sailing Catamaran "Moorea"

Copyright: Tom Puchner
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Uploaded: 16/11/2009
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Tags: croatia; culture; unesco; korcula; marine biology; dalmatia; mediterranean; adriatic
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