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Occhiatana Casale Inghjo
Corsica
Occhiatana est un village de Balagne, région typique de Corse. Ce petit village est fièrement accroché aux pentes du Pinzu Sordu et domine majestueusement la plaine du Reginu. Il est situé au Sud-est de la Balagne, son territoire est enserré entre ceux de Ville-di-Paraso à l'ouest et de Belgodère à l'Est.
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Uploaded: 23/08/2012
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: corse; haute corse; belgodère; balagne; calvi; village
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