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Cruceros en Cartagena de Indias Colombia al atardecer
Colombia
El 3 de enero de 2011 llegaron cuatro cruceros al puerto de Cartagena de Indias en Colombia, marcando un hito en la ciudad, porque lo máximo que hasta el momento había tenido en su puerto eran dos cruceros simultáneos.
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Tags: crucero; barco; cruise; cartagena; colombia; puerto; muelle; mar; atardecer
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