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Empuriabrava boat harbour, spain
Spain
Now I know that canal estate appear everywhere... and this one is located at Empuriabrava, in the bay of Roses, Spain. Lovely place on the nice day, if not a little ageing.
Copyright: John Nayler
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上传: 24/06/2013
更新: 27/06/2013
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