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Standing at the Blue Lagoon (Iceland).
Iceland

The Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið in icelandic) is a geothermal spa in the south western part of Iceland. It is considered as one of the most visited tourist attractions in Iceland.

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Uploaded: 12/11/2012
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Tags: landscape; blue; clouds; outdoors; spa; lagoon; thermal power
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