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View to the sea from the Valli dei Templi. Much the same as it was in ancient times via Instagram [Photo]

October 17th, 2016

View to the sea from the Valli dei Templi. Much the same as it was in ancient times #outdoors #history #greek #sea #view #sicily #italy #travel

View to the sea from the Valli dei Templi. Much the same as it was in ancient times #outdoors #history #greek #sea #view #sicily #italy #travel

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