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My house in Lonehill South Africa
South Africa

This is the view from my bedroom balcony at my house in Lonehill, Johannesburg, South Africa. I built the house in 2005 and since I moved to the UK in 2008 I am now trying to sell it so took a series of panoramic images to show prospective buyers or tenents. I particularly love the view from this balcony.

Copyright: Bob stapleton
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Uploaded: 20/05/2010
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