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Katina, Kornati National Park, Dalmatia
Croatia

View from Island Katina. This Island is like a link in a chain between the Islands of Kornat and Dugi Otok

Sailing Trip August 2008, Sailing Yacht Patrick

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Tags: sailing; croatia; landscape; national park; marine biology; adriatic; mediterranean
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