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Sunrise at Vinh Thuc island, Quang Ninh Vietnam
Asia
Copyright: Comi valentine
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Uploaded: 04/08/2012
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Sunrise at Vinh Thuc light house, Quang Ninh, Vietnam (Bình minh trên hải đăng Vĩnh Thực)
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Sunrise at Vinh Thuc light house, Quang Ninh, Vietnam (Bình minh trên hải đăng Vĩnh Thực)
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Vinh Thuc light house, Quang Ninh, Vietnam (Hải đăng Vĩnh Thực)
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Sunset at The light house in Vinh Thuc island, Quang Ninh, Vietnam (Hoàng hôn trên hải đăng Vĩnh Thực)
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