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Shipwreck (Smugglers cove)
Greece

The famous Shipwreck site on the northwest side of the island of Zante in Greece. View from above, right by the edge of the cliff, a bit further away from the tourist point of view.

Copyright: George hatzikostis
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Uploaded: 19/10/2010
Updated: 21/08/2014
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Tags: beach; nauagio; shipwreck; zante; greece; smugglers cove; smuglers cove; smuggler's cove
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