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VIRTUR-Rocinha, View of Favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro

largest Favela in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. The foto was taken by Holger Jung-Gercke (INLINEAR) on the rooftop of a school located at the foot of the well-known favela Rocinha.

Copyright: Holger Jung Gercke
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Uploadet: 27/12/2009
Opdateret: 18/09/2014
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