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Darlowo market
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Darłowo

Darlowko and Darlowo is an interesting towns which lives in the summer,  is much tourists in summer.  Here is a beautiful beach, interesting places in the area to visit, not far from lake is Bukowo.  In the summer here is a paradise for tourists.  I am recommending, particularly in the summer.

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