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    chrisboden Karsiyaka, Turkey
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    Sunset over Northern Cyprus during a storm over the sea.
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    chrisboden Karsiyaka, Cyprus
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    This panorama was taken from the mountains in Northern Cyprus when the suns rays were visible through the clouds. The area has some stunning sun ...
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    brigguslad Paphos, Cyprus
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    May sunset at from the Pioneer Beach Hotel Paphos, Cyprus
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