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Twin bay near afionas or agios georgios on corfu, greece. On the picture only one of the two bays is shown. Picture taken on 29. July 2012.

Copyright: Martin maag
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Caricate: 12/08/2012
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Tags: corfu; agios georgios; afionas; greece
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