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Los Sauces Colorados
Argentina

"Los Sauces Colorados" es un balneario paradisíaco de Alpa Corral, en las sierra de córdoba. este pueblito en el medio de la naturaleza es el paradero de gente de la zona que lo frecuenta. Su rio, llamado el "rio de miel" por su color, baja desde la ladera de la sierra hasta desenbocar en el Rio Cuarto. 

Copyright: Leo Fagiano
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Taken: 18/08/2014
Uploaded: 20/08/2014
Updated: 09/09/2014
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Tags: nature; leo; fagiano; alpa corral; cordoba; argentina; água; river; rio
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