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Start of the tour to the Colored Sand at Morro Branco - Ceará - Brazil
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Foto 360 graus de Morro Branco no Ceará. Este é o ponto de partida par ao percurso a pé que vai dar na praia. É neste caminho que veremos as falesias de onde são retirados grãos de areia para a produção de peças decorativas com areia colorida. Foto por XYZ 360º produzidas por Daniel Farjoun www.xyz360.com.br
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Uploaded: 03/03/2010
Updated: 25/02/2012
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Tags: outdoors; nature; brazil; tourism; beach; sand
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