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Hotel Irotama - Bungalow Suite Comedor - Santa Marta, Colombia
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Hotel Irotama - Bungalow Suite Comedor - Santa Marta, Colombia 

Hotel Irotama, Santa Marta Colombia

Fotografía 360 de Irotama, Hotel Resort ubicado en Santa Marta Colombia, en el Caribe colombiano. Tour Virtual con fotos 360 realizado por Astrolabio. Fotógrafos: Mario Carvajal y Alejandro Carvajal.

© 2013 por Irotama

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Fotografía 360 de Hoteles en Colombia, por Astrolabio

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Copyright: Astrolabio colombia
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7352x3676
Chargée: 17/03/2013
Mis à jour: 30/06/2014
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Tags: atlantic; atlantico; beach; bungalows; bungalows suite; caribbean; caribe; colombia; equirectangular; foto 360; fotografia 360; fotografia esferica; habitacion; hospitality; hotel irotama; irotama; magdalena; mar; playa; resort; santa marta
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