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Bushiribana Gold Smelter Ruins in Aruba
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This is the Bushiribana Gold Smelter Ruins in Aruba.  We visited there as part of a jeep tour of the island.  I climbed to the highest point on the fort and took the picture.  You can see the other jeep tour folks climbing around the fort.  This was part of our trip called TahinaExpedition.com

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Uploaded: 17/02/2010
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