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Deutsch: Blick vom Kirchturm der Kathedrale St. Anastasia Richtung Südeosten in Zadar in Zadar / Kroatien / Adriatisches Meer.

English: View from tower of cathedral of St. Anastasia in Zadar in Zadar / Croatia / Adriatic Sea.
Date 7 April 2009
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44° 6′ 57.60″ N, 15° 13′ 29.54″ E

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