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Montenegro. Petrovac. Castello
Montenegro

Viewpoint from Castello in Petrovac. This is good viewpoint to observe the whole town. It used to be a lot of people here, but It's raining.

Copyright: Vadim Za
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Taken: 19/02/2012
上传: 19/02/2012
更新: 17/10/2014
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Tags: sea; beach; sun; palms; park; outdoors; sky; trees; rain; clouds; castel; city
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