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Steep coast Boltenhagen
Germany

Die Steilküste liegt im Westen vom Ort Boltenhagen an der Ostsee. An der höchsten Stelle ist sie ca. 30m hoch. Sie kann vom Ort zu Fuß erreicht werden.

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Uploaded: 28/08/2012
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Tags: steep coast; boltenhagen; baltic sea; beach
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