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Laigueglia and Andora panorama from Colla Micheri
Liguria, Italy

One of the most panoramic points in Liguria: northwards Laigueglia, southwards Andora, divided by the Capo Mele promontory.

Maybe the 15th century watching tower used to be a windmill, due to its cylindrical shape.

Copyright: Alessandro Ugazio
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10620x5310
Geüpload: 14/08/2009
Geüpdatet: 08/10/2014
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Tags: colla micheri; panorama; watching tower; laigueglia; andora; torre saracena
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