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Tennis Courts at Grupo Desportivo Fabril Do Barreiro 1
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The Tennis Courts at Grupo Desportivo Fabril do Barreiro, Portugal.

Featured in this picture, Pedro, João, Xavier and António. I am sitting in the referee chair.

Copyright: Carlos Chegado
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Caricate: 25/05/2010
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Tags: tennis; barreiro; portugal; grupo desportivo fabril
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