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Shops around the square next to the Portal of the Cathedral of Canterbury, England. Comércios em torno da Praça junto ao Portal da Catedral de Canterbury, Inglaterra
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Shops around the square next to the Portal of the Cathedral of Canterbury, England. Comércios em torno da Praça junto ao Portal da Catedral de Canterbury, Inglaterra.

Copyright: Paulo Yuji Takarada
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Taken: 03/05/2013
送信日: 11/07/2013
更新日: 15/04/2014
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Tags: canterbury; england; inglaterra; praça
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