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Pano Parque Del Lago Bogota Colombia
Colombia

This park is located on Calle 63 and Carrera 30, east Bogotá. It is a perfect place for picnics and get away from the city's noise. Visitors can breath the fresh air, walk around the lake and amaze themselves with the full of trees and eternal spring colors landscape

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送信日: 16/12/2009
更新日: 30/06/2014
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