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Ferreirós do Dão Portugal

A roman bridge near a river beach.
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The only way to get there is using your car. This is a small village in the middle of nowhere :)
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07:41 18:54
19:22
40°28'3.0096" N 8°2'1.6633" W

Bookmarks (30)

  • Florian Müller
  • John Klosinksi
  • Chris Codelli
  • Rob Lindemann
  • Lovre Giljanović
  • Raquel Sousa
  • Luis Alvarez
  • Thomas Mahnken
  • Douglas Carpenter
  • Brais Viaño
  • Igli Martini
  • shang fu
  • Evelina Kremsdorf
  • contact sudha
  • Labuuche
  • César Cota
  • James Hajjar
  • Simeon Pratt
  • Jason Protheroe
  • Michael Roth
  • Barbara Seiberl-Stark
  • Oleksandr Zaporozhets
  • tirza
  • Florian Schwientek
  • Barbara Neider
  • Nuno Borges
  • Alexandre de Sousa
  • Lana Baker
  • Pedro Crispim
  • Manuel Becker
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