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La Catedral
Peru

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"La Catedral, símbolo de la Reserva Nacional de Paracas, está compuesta por rocas de la formación Paracas con una antigüedad de 28 a 40 millones de años. Por miles de años, la erosión del mar y los incansables vientos Paracas labraron una bóveda y una torre saliente cuya belleza natural fue admirada por miles de visitantes. Luego del sismo de Agosta de 2007, su apariencia se vio seriamente dañada debido al derrumbe de la bóveda."

Copyright: Matthias kunze
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送信日: 06/01/2013
更新日: 27/06/2014
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