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Zeralda Sidi Menif - Panoramic view
Algeria

Zeralda is located on a vast plain (west Algiers) ; city edified in a slight slope and that leads to fine sand beaches - Panoramic view from Mazafran Sidi-Menif

Copyright: Boughaba abdallah
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 29000x2125
送信日: 15/05/2012
更新日: 25/01/2013
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