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RIO ANCHO(MAS ARRIBA DE LA POSA)
Colombia

PARTE DEL RECORRIDO DEL RIO MUY HERMOSO , GENERALMENTE POR AQUI PASAN LAS PERSONAS BAJANDOSE EL RIO EN BALSAS O  NEOMATICOS.

EN POCAS PALABRAS  UN RIO MUY HERMOSA QUE TIENE LAS PUERTAS ABIERTAS PARA LOS TURISTAS, PARA QUE LOS CONOSCAN EN SUS DISTINTOS PUNTOS DE SU RECORRIDO

Copyright: Diego Andres Vasquez Muñoz
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Taken: 29/09/2011
Uploaded: 29/09/2011
Updated: 03/02/2012
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