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Eaux-Vives Dike #1
Geneva, Switzerland

This is one of the dikes on the lakesides, where most of the boats are anchored. During the summer, a lot of people spend their free time there, getting a sun-tanning while laying on the rocks.

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送信日: 07/06/2010
更新日: 26/02/2012
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