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The north haven from Drejoe
Denmark

Der Nordhafen ist der kleinere Hafen der Insel Drejoe und liegt, wie der Name schon sagt, im Norden der Insel. Er ist nur für Boote mit geringem Tiefgang geeignet.

Copyright: Carsten Unverzagt
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Uploaded: 15/05/2012
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Tags: denmark; harbor; island; danish southern seas; drejoe
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