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Molhe da Barra Sul em Balneário Camboriú - Santa Catarina - Brasil
Brazil

O molhe da Barra Sul de Balneário Camboriú, com seus 452 metros de comprimento, é um dos pontos turísticos mais visitados da cidade. Com revestimento em madeira e pedra, possui em sua extensão bancos e vegetação, tornando o local agradável para se passear com a família.

Copyright: Sidnei josé romano
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Uploaded: 27/12/2011
Updated: 07/07/2014
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Tags: molhes; barra sul; balneario camboriu; turismo; litoral catarinense; panorâmica 360; panoramica; pano 360
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