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Port in Bled
Slovenia

One of the ports of boats that take tourists over the lake Bled to the island, where a chuch with a "wishing bell" is located. No fuel powered boats are allowed on the lake, therefore the boats (pletna) are traditionally navigated by "pletnarji" - extremely sklilful local men. The three biggest hotels in Bled are also visible: Park, Golf and Toplice.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Uploaded: 22/10/2012
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Tags: bled; lake; slovenia; pletna; pony; clover
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