Dique do Tororó 02
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Dique do Tororó 02

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O Dique do Tororó hoje é uma lagoa artificial que divide bairros populares no centro da cidade de Salvador. Muito usado pela população para atividades físicas e de lazer, além de abrigar obras de arte de artistas baianos.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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