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Palmela belvedere II
Portugal
A panoramic belvedere in Palmela, Portugal. From this viewpoint facing east and to the Alentejo, you can see the river sado and a large patch of vines. Enjoy the vue!
Copyright: Adelino chapa
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 23/03/2013
Updated: 03/04/2013
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Tags: belvedere; panoramic; palmela; portugal
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