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Pardanchino, Valencia - After the forest fire July 2012
Spain

Some of the damage caused by the forest fire around Pardanchino./ Algunos de los daños causados ​​por el incendio forestal en todo Pardanchino

Copyright: Peter Holland
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Chargée: 30/07/2012
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Tags: pardanchino; valencia; forest; forest fire damage; countryside; incendio forestal
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