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Deep hole in the rocks
Uruguay
The so-called "Pozo Hondo" is a rock formation located in the Eden Valley in the department of Tacuarembo, Uruguay. It is a natural water well, also because the rock formation has a waterfall. The water well is so deep that you can dive into it, otherwise get underground water, so even when there are periods of drought is still full of water.
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送信日: 18/04/2011
更新日: 15/08/2014
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Tags: nature; tacuarembó; valle edén; uruguay
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