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Salto del Penitente
Uruguay

El Salto del Penitente is a small waterfall of 60 meters, set in a rocky area a few kilometers from the city of Minas, in Lavalleja, Uruguay. In the park there is a hostel and you can also practice different sports.

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Uploadet: 05/06/2011
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Tags: salto del penitente; lavalleja; uruguay; nature
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