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Vrsak peak, island of Murter, Croatia
Croatia

A panoramic view from a 60-meter high peak called Vrska, on the island of Murter, in the middle Adriatic, Croatia. The Kornati Islands National Park are visible on the horizon.

Copyright: Vedran vekić
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Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploaded: 27/05/2011
Updated: 15/08/2013
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Tags: croatia; murter; island; sea; peak; vrsak; adriatic
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