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Plage de Rondinara
Corsica

Une des célèbres plages du Sud Corse, entre Porto Vechhio et Bonifacio, dont les deux extrémités se touchent presque.

Copyright: Dubos Jean François
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Uploaded: 25/07/2011
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: rondinara; corse; corse du sud; plage; bonifacio; porto vecchio; mer méditerranée; mer tyrrhénienne
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