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Zakynthos, Clay valley, Gerakas
Greece

I dont know to much about this. Like a valley on the moon, close to the beach. You can walk 1-200 meters inside. The towers are between 1,5 -5 meters.

Copyright: Takács István
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Uploaded: 27/11/2012
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Tags: gerakas; zakynthos; bay; clay valley; turtle
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