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Vodice Hangar Beach
Croatia

Vodice is one of biggest tourist centers on Middle Adriatic with realization over 50 000 tourist accomodations in Hotels and in private accomodations family pensions, apartments and rooms). It is situated on the sunny coast of the Middle Adriatic, the area of bright sea.

Copyright: Pavle Novak
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Uploaded: 16/06/2012
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