Bucalemu Chile Earthquake 2010 A
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Bucalemu Chile Earthquake 2010 A

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Town of Bucalemu, Chile, after the earthquake and Tsunami that I devastate to Chile the 27 of February 2010. Part of the city of Bucalemu can be seen after the Tsunami.

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A: Bucalemu Chile Earthquake 2010 B

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 120 meters away

Town of Bucalemu, Chile, after the earthquake and Tsunami that I devastate to Chile the 27 of Februar...

Bucalemu Chile Earthquake 2010 B

B: Bucalemu Chile Earthquake and Tsunami 2010 C

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 140 meters away

Town of Bucalemu, Chile, after the earthquake and Tsunami that I devastate to Chile the 27 of Februar...

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C: Centro de Bucalemu

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 310 meters away

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D: Bucalemu

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F: Parroquia Nuestra Señora de las Nieves de Paredones

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G: Salinas de Cahuil

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H: Museo del Niño Rural de Ciruelos

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I: Caballo de Agua de la Ex Estación el Lingue

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J: Parroquia San Andres de Ciruelos (Interior)

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