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Sailing in Giethoorn
Netherlands
Eight friends in a little boat: Sailing away through the reeds in National Park 'Weerribben-Wieden' in the northern part of The Netherlands on a sunny day.
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Caricate: 04/06/2012
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Tags: giethoorn; weerribben; nature; national park; sailing; boat
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