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rugby pitch in Olot, Garrotxa.
Spain
El camp de rugby a les pistes d'atletisme de Sant Roc. Olot The rugby pitch in the athletic facilities in Sant Roc. Olot
Copyright: David Llagostera
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Uploaded: 24/03/2013
Updated: 25/03/2013
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Tags: pistes atletisme sanrt roc; rugby olot; rugby garrotixa; garrotxa; olot; sant roc
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