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The Spectacular View from the seaside of Drage in Croatia
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The apartments build on the Dalmatian seaside of Drage offer a unique and never boring view over the Adriatic sea.

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Uploaded: 08/05/2010
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Tags: housing; apartments; adriatic; dalmatia; croatia; harbour; sailing; holiday resorts
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