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Sarazenenturm
Liguria, Italy

Der Turm (erbaut um 800 n. Chr.) besitzt zwei Räume übereinander. Über eine Außenleiter kann man die Turmterrasse erreichen. Die Umgebung besteht aus vielen Natursteinterassen mit Olivenbäumen. Der Turm kann gemietet werden. http://www.ferienwohnungen.de/ferienhaus/2337/

Copyright: Arno Dietz
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Uploaded: 21/10/2011
Updated: 08/08/2014
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