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Pori-Koufonisi-Πορι-Κουφονήσι
Greece
This is one of the most beautiful beaches of Greece. Blue green waters makes you fell that you swim in a big pool. koufonisi is a small island in Cyclades which attract young people who really love real good places to enjoy their vacation.
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Uploaded: 11/08/2012
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Tags: pori; koufonisi; Πορί; Κουφονήσι
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