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Ameias (battlements) do Castelo de Sines
Portugal

Fotografia panorâmica a partir das ameias do castelo de Sines. Podemos ver a bela baía de Sines, a praia Vasco da Gama, o Porto de Sines, o porto de pesca e a vila.

Copyright: Adelino chapa
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Uploaded: 29/08/2011
Atualizado: 30/08/2011
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Tags: sines; castelo de sines; beach; castle
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