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Parga, Epirus, Greece :: The city and the port of Parga
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The city of Parga and the port with Kryoneri beach and the fort on the peninsula. Photo taken from the pier. Parga városa és a kikötő, előtérben a mólóval, háttérben az erőddel, a Paleoparga heggyel és a dombokkal, valamint a Kryoneri stranddal.
Copyright: Márk kovács
Typ: Cylindrical
Resolution: 11805x1080
Uppladdad: 15/07/2012
Uppdaterad: 16/07/2012
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Tags: parga; epirus; greece; city; port; bay; harbor; pier; ship; boat; sea; beach; fort; houses; paleoparga; kryoneri
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