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Stawa Młyny, a navigational aid stylized as a wind mill
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Wind mill shaped landmark at the harbour entrance of Swinoujscie, the most western city on the Polish baltic coast. Photo's taken on July 17, 2010.

Copyright: Jan mulder
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Uploaded: 26/08/2010
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Tags: wind mill; landmark; harbour; entrance; navigation; beacon
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