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Panoramic photo by Papagrigoriou Athanasios Soulis Taken 16:53, 09/11/2011 - Views loading...


Kos harbour

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this point of vue is from the other side, late afternoon before sunset. on thr right side of the Kos harbour. you can see on the backgound the huge palmtrees.

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