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Puente de Hierro sobre arroyo Cululu, Depto Las Colonias Santa Fe
Argentina

Steel bridge over Cululú river in Las Colonias Department in Santa Fe, Argentina.

This is an old road bridge over a nice and wild place to fish and spend the day (or night! lol)

Copyright: Marcelo botta
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Uploaded: 09/09/2011
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: bridge; cululu; night; moon; long; exposure; outdoors; wild; field; country; argentina; campo; fishing; fish
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