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Praia Vermelha - Der rote Strand
Rio de Janeiro

Beautyful beach in front of the Sugar Loaf Mountain (Morro da Urca), surrounded by cocnut palms. Unfortunately the water is VERY DIRTY and does not invite for a swim.

Copyright: Holger Jung Gercke
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Uploaded: 10/10/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: praia vermelha; pão de açucar; morro da urca; beach; sugar loaf; zuckerhut
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