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Under the beach umbrella at Stara Baska
Croatia
Enjoying hot summer day at one of many Stara Baska beaches. Stara Baska is a small village on the island of Krk in Croatia. On the sea horizon is a small island with lighthouse named Glaun.
Copyright: Damir Jevtic
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Uploaded: 28/12/2011
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Tags: sea; view; beach; krk; croatia; summer; galun; vacation; holidays; jadran; baska; more; plaza
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