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Sail school at Maora plage
Corsica
Pole panorama of the still deserted sail school at Maora plage, Bonifacio at the beginning of the tourist season
Copyright: Michel geven
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Resolution: 11616x5808
Uploaded: 23/05/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014
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Tags: pole panorama; corsica; plage; strand; beach; deserted; leeg; empty; spring; voorjaar; lente; zeilschool; sail school
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