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Le village d'Aiguines en Provence
France

A unique village perched above Lake St. Croix in Provence. An unusual perspective on the Verdon gorges and its history. If like me you like to sail between historical and natural site, you'll like the village of Aiguines.

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Uploaded: 13/02/2012
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