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View from the ivujivik arena
Province du Quebec

Other view from the Ivujivik arena in Northern Quebec. 

Autre vue sur le village d'Ivujivik au Nunavik à partir de l'aréna.

Copyright: François ducasse
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Caricate: 27/11/2011
Aggiornato: 07/08/2014
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Tags: ivujivik; arena; nunavik; quebec; nord; north; northern; inuit
  • François Ducasse about 1 year ago
    Normalement la Baie devrait gelée.
  • Shawn over 1 year ago
    Je suis simplement en regardant à froid! I am cold just looking at it!
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