Madeira Island - Lagoa do Vento
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Panoramic photo by Pedro Menezes EXPERT Taken 14:50, 26/03/2011 - Views loading...

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Madeira Island - Lagoa do Vento

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The route is tiring, but the view is rewarding. To view more photos and videos of this island, please visit the website www.madeirahd.com.

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