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Small Prespa Lake Boat Agios Achilleios Island Greece
Copyright: Vasilis triantafyllou
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11550x5775
Uploaded: 27/02/2014
Updated: 02/10/2014


Tags: small; prespa; lake; boat; fish; fishermen; nets; wetland; greece; blue; clouds; agios; achilleios; island
  • Vasilis Triantafyllou 7 months ago
    Thanks Guys :)
  • Lim Zhi Min 7 months ago
    Nice Lake View.
  • Андрей Гугнинский 8 months ago
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