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Spectucalar views from the cliffs on south cape of Lefkas
Greece

Spectacular views of the south cape of Lefkada from the cliffs just north. In the distance the lighthouse is visible. The story goes that the female poet Sappho threw herself from these cliffs because of an impossible love affair.

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Uploaded: 10/09/2011
Updated: 14/09/2012
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Tags: spectacular views; spectaculair uitzicht; cape; kaap; lefkas; sea; zee; cliffs; klippen; greece; sappho; pole
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