Fishing Pier
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Panoramic photo by Wojciech Fuchs EXPERT Taken 11:00, 17/08/2010 - Views loading...


Fishing Pier

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Panorama taken from the small fishing pier on the old part of Goldopiwo Lake. One of over 2000 lakes of Masurian Lake District. Famous for its lakes and forests.

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