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Naousa harbour
Greece

The heart of Naoussa beats in its small and sheltered harbour, among the many fishing boats. What were once the boat houses of fishermen have now become restaurants, bars, cafés and ouzerie, offering visitors fresh seafood to accompany the beautiful view and unique atmosphere

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更新: 02/07/2014
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Tags: naousa; port; paros; island; greek islands; greece; boats
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