Sunset at the beach of Sondervieg in Denmark
Since the start of the 1800, Søndervig has been a known and much loves getaway place for people looking for a holiday by the sea. With the local people making a living of the tourists that came for the beach and the sea in summer.
Copyright: Andreas Tönnies
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Uploaded: 05/01/2014
Updated: 24/09/2014


Tags: beach; denmark; sondervieg; sunset; strand; dänemark; sonnenuntergang
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