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Tallinn Olympic Yachting Centre, Estonia
Tallinn

Tallinn Olympic Yachting Centre where the olympic games where held in 1980. The building complex, shipways and quays were all built for the olympics.

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Uploaded: 04/04/2012
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Tags: olympic; games; yacht; centre; tallinn; pirita; sea; estonia; quay
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