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Plaza Santa Cruz, sexta region, Chile
VI Region of Chile

Plaza Santa Cruz, sexta region, Chile after earthquake 2-27-2010.

Valle de Colchagua, good wine, olive oil and cheese

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Uploaded: 23/05/2010
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Tags: sexta; region; chile; earthquake; colchagua
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