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Islet of Parga (Islet of Virgin Mary)
Greece

The islet of Virgin Mary is located opposite of the port of Parga. The church visible is dedicated to Virgin Mary. On this pano some wedding preparations are visible. Also one can see some wedding guests brought there by ship. Across the small bay one can see the castle towering the city of Parga. 

Copyright: Nikos maretas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19848x9924
Geüpload: 25/01/2013
Geüpdatet: 09/10/2014
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Tags: islet; parga; thesprotia; mother of god; church; sea
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