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Vitória Stone Fair 2012 - Pavilhão de Carapina
Brazil

Veja naCidade! - A feira é uma verdadeira vitrine da indústria brasileira e mundial de rochas ornamentais, além de agregar uma ampla gama de produtos e serviços integrantes da cadeia produtiva da construção civil, arquitetura e decoração, desenvolvimento de tecnologia, logística e comércio exterior, órgãos de fomento e apoio à atividade.

Copyright: Fotos Panorâmicas 360º De Pontos Turísticos, Praias E Eventos Da Grande Vitória
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Resolution: 5760x2880
Taken: 09/02/2011
Uploaded: 10/02/2012
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: vitoria stone fair; pavilhao carapina; feira de marmore
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