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Woody Bay
England

Woody Bay is located on the North coast of Cornwall. It is approximately between Lynton and Combe Martin. Only inhabitants are allowed to use the steep and narrow street by car. Tourists have to hike down from the street above.

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Uploaded: 06/11/2008
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Tags: landschaft; landschaft; küste; meer; landscape; sea; coast
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