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Great PaulVDV 2021-03-03 11:39

Hello Mariusz,
No luck for your Italian colleague. It seemed strange to me that someone from the south would like to live on a windy northern coast.
From your point of view, these houses seem to be sheltered from the winds because they are located in a kind of valley. But of course I only see the high rock face on the other side.
Colourful, clear and sharp presentation of this village.
Best regards, Paul

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Old 03-03-2021, 06:44 PM
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Hi Paul,
I should have probably started with the overview of the town, but since I posted already a panoramic view of this place long time ago I didn't want to repeat myslef.
This photo gives a better idea about the town setting:
https://www.trekearth.com/viewphotos.php?l=8&p=1358404
I was originally interested in a postcard like view, but now since I live here longer I am revisiting the places and look for more original angles to share.
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Mariusz
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Hi Mariusz,

Now that I look back at your photo from 2012, I remember I've seen it before.
The place certainly looks amazing. Its setting is wonderful.
However, I wouldn't like to live there but for a stay of a few days it looks like an interesting and very special place.

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Paul
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