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Putrajaya Hot Air Balloon 2011 on Country Eure
Malaysia

A ride inside Balloon Country Eure floating across riverside during the Putrajaya Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2011. At altitude of 195 meter, piloted by Micheal Bonnet from France.

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Uploaded: 24/03/2011
Updated: 28/03/2011
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