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Barco hundido, El Limón
Dominican Republic

El Limón es un barco hundido ubicado en el Parque Nacional Submarino La Caleta, para crear arrecife artificial e incentivar la práctica del deporte del buceo en las aguas costeras del Parque. 

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Uploaded: 25/03/2012
Updated: 22/10/2012
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