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At the abandoned Lavadero Roberto, Portman, Murcia, Spain
Spain
Inside part of the abandoned mining complex. This fascinating site is responsible for some of the worst pollution in Spain.
Copyright: Christian obel
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Uploaded: 06/02/2011
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