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Sunrise at Forte Sao Felipe
Portugal

Taken on the stone roof of the massive 17th Century fortress of Sao Felipe near Setubal, Portugal, now a pleasant guest house of the Pousadas de Portugal chain. 

Copyright: Thomas K Sharpless
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