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Monemvasia Stone Paved Trail to the Upper City
Greece

The stone paved trail of Monemvasia is full of arches like this one making it a beautifull trail to walk on.

Copyright: Vasilis triantafyllou
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Uploaded: 25/08/2009
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Tags: monemvasia; monembasia; top; agia; sofia; mani; peloponisos; peloponnese; leg; finger; first; last; third; laconia; messinia; argolida; achaia; korinthia; ilia; arkadia; greece; castle; fortress
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