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Prvic Sepurine
Croatia

Village Sepurine shares the island with Prvic-Luka. It's an old village of farmers and fishermen. Its church of St. Roko, which is situated in the center, was consecrated in 1620.

Copyright: Pavle Novak
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Uploaded: 16/06/2012
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