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Epave de gabarre à Lancieux
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Ci-gît la charpente éclatée d'une ancienne gabarre...le pays malouin étant le lieu de vie des Terre Neuvas, pêcheurs de morue, du 18è au 20è siècle.

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Here lies the shattered frame of an old barge ... the country Malo being the home to the Newfoundland cod fishery, the 18th to 20th century.

Copyright: Zaellig
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送信日: 02/01/2010
更新日: 15/05/2014
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Tags: nature; boat; terre neuvas; beach; lancieux; bretagne; france
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