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Ribeirao da Ilha
Brazil

Ribeirao da Ilha is a very quite and bucolical place located in the south of the island of Florianópolis. It still is a fisher village and it is famous for it's oisters and many restaurants that serve them. It is a must when you visit Florianópolis.

Copyright: Mauro Goulart
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Uploaded: 05/03/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: nature; natureza; beach; praia; view; vista; ceu; ocean; beauty; landscape; paisagem; ilha; island
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