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Rua do Taboão, Pelourinho - Carnaval 2009
Brazil
Copyright: Fernando pinto
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Uploadet: 25/05/2009
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Tags: carnaval; ladeira; pelourinho; rua; taboao; salvador; bahia; brasil; 2009
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