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the Church of Calonico (Ticino) Switzerland
Switzerland

Walking up to the church of Calonico on the foot path, you would never expect that it sits on the edge of a 300 meter cliff overlooking the Leventina valley.

Copyright: Dieter hofer
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Caricate: 23/01/2010
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