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Smoo Cave - Durness
Scotland

Entrance to Smoo Cave in Durness, Scotland. A little town way up north on the west coast Scotland. John Lennon spent spent his holiday's here at his aunt's house when he was a child.

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Uploaded: 12/01/2010
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