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Ver-o-Peso Market and Clock Tower's Square. Belém, PA / Brazil
Brazil

Acai's free market, close to amazon fishing boats. Also appears on the image the Ver-o-Peso Market (Belem's postcard), Clock Tower's Square and part of the town's commercial area.

Copyright: Rodolfo Ferreira
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Resolution: 8896x4448
Uploaded: 04/04/2010
Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: belem; ver-o-peso; market; amazon; boat; fishing; square
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