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Puente sobre el r o aur n
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Fantástico primer día del año 2013. La temperatura en el término de Isin, a las 13:15 horas es de 7 grados centígrados. Incluso todavía la naturaleza conserva colores que son propios del otoño. Realizada en el puente sobre el rio Aurin, cerca de Isin, en la carretera que sigue el curso del rio y que llega hasta Acumuer.

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Uploaded: 01/01/2013
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