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Balcon al rio
Argentina

El parque españa tiene ina vista espectacular al rio parana, con la ciudad de rosario a espaldas. la gente sale alli a hacer deportes, caminar o simplemente pasar un grato momento frente a el rio

Copyright: Nahuel Covacevich
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Uploaded: 14/07/2012
Updated: 16/07/2012
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