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The Haven of Drejoe
Denmark

Der Hafen von Drejoe kurz vor Sonnenuntergang. Zu sehen ist der neuere Hafen der Insel Drejoe mit dem Fähranleger. Neben dem Hafen liegt eine gemütliche Bucht mit Grillplatz und Sandstrand.

Copyright: Carsten Unverzagt
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Uploaded: 15/05/2012
Updated: 26/09/2014
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Tags: denmark; danish southern seas; haven; island
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