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Uyuni salt lake  Fairy of the Desert
Bolivia
Shooting spot of original salt hotel located in the Uyuni salt lake. There is no national flag of all, when it finds the flag of my country I was glad conspicuously. It is represented as ambiguous because the political remarks, and so was that the national flag huge eliminates sudden one day the Japanese flag before, flag of a country, but instead, such as is used in embassy And that lacked . Country and where it does not say, is the total replacement of their national flag and remove the national flag of Japan. I think it was really annoying because doing so is cultural standard addition embassy staff in that country.
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