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Plaza Lolol
VI Region of Chile

The square of the earthquake Lolol 27-2, church and other buildings destroyed by the biggest earthquake in 2010, magnitude 8.8 Richter. This area is very near the epicenter and the entire electrical and road infrastructure were damaged ..

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Uploaded: 23/05/2010
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