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View at Tucepi
Croatia

This is a peaceful place to have a rest, drink water and look at Tucepi from above. The road continues to national park Biokovo.

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Uploaded: 24/08/2012
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Tags: landscape; seascape; sea; sky; trees; pines; table; road; viewpoint; mountains; islands; nature
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