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Thailand Cape Phromthep
Thailand

Nous sommes dans le cercle du sanctuaire boudhiste. Les chaussures doivent être enlevées. On y voit des éléphants de toutes tailles.

We are in the circle of the sanctuary boudhiste.  The shoes must be removed.  One there sees elephants of all sizes.

Copyright: Christian Bersano
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Uploaded: 28/03/2012
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