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Zadar Park Vruljica Covered In Snow
Croatia

Zadar park Vruljica in the beautiful winter snow atmosphere, unusual for warm mediteranean climate. Covered in snow, the park looks like it's in some continental town, and not by the sea.

Copyright: Vedran Penga
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Uploaded: 04/02/2012
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