‘The Blue Dragon’ in Portugal
Located in Portugal (Corte Pequena, Faro, Portugal), this little beauty is known as the Odeleite River to locals, the river’s forbidding twists make it easy to understand why it’s often called ‘the Blue Dragon.’
For those of you who think its ‘shopped’, take a look at what Google maps has to say….ALIENS!
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