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Olavarria Air Show
Argentina
festival aéreo organizado por el Aero Club Olavarría se convirtió en el suceso de este fin de semana, acompañando los festejos por el aniversario de la Ciudad. Pese a que el fuerte viento no permitió las condiciones ideales para la actividad, paracaidistas, vuelos acrobáticos y de bautismo fueron la atracción ante una multitud.
Copyright: Walter scavuzzo
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Uploaded: 24/11/2013
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: olavarria; aeropuerto; aerodromo; argentina; buenos; aires; aviones; acrobacia; albatros; piper; show; aereo
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