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View of Meyersdal, Alberton
South Africa

View of Meyersdal from the Koppie, in Alberton, with the Suikerboschrand Nature Reserve on the horizon south of Johannesburg, South Africa.

Copyright: Jacques philip cato
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送信日: 21/12/2009
更新日: 24/10/2012
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