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Ventspils South Pier Lighthouse - 2 (Latvia)
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Ventspils' South Pier is perfect place where to go for a long walks during every part ofthe day and every season. The end of the pier, where the green eye of the lighthouse looks through the gates of the sea, is ideal for watching sunsets, the calling of huge vessels at the port and the might of the stormy sea.
Copyright: Александр Галиуллин
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Uploaded: 07/08/2012
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