Starry night at Saint-Philippe
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Panoramic photo by Luc Perrot EXPERT Taken 18:47, 27/04/2011 - Views loading...


Starry night at Saint-Philippe

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Au sud de la Réunion, se trouve le petit village de Saint-Philippe. Niché au pied du Piton de la Fournaise l'agglomération compte relativement peu d'habitations, d'où une pollution lumineuse minime.

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