Panoramic Lolol Property Earthquake 01
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Panoramic photo by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN) EXPERT Taken 18:58, 07/03/2010 - Views loading...

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Panoramic Lolol Property Earthquake 01

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The earthquake just passed did not pardon to anybody. It is thus, as one of the most beautiful properties of the Province of Colchagua has succumbed by the force of the nature. Representative the Lolol Property in the zone, because it belonged to of the attractions of the well-known route of the wine, was a concurred place very. It owned varied activities of entretención for the visitors. Her owner Mrs Virginia Mujica Delano has been living next to her family for many years in the zone. The Hacienta dates from the century XIX, that was its home.

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