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Porto da balsa rio Madeira Porto Velho RO

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Palavras-chave: ferry, madeira river, bridge, outdoors

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Ainda em intensa atividade, a balsa, até o momento é a unica forma de travessia para quem quer seguir pela margem esquerda do rio Madeira apartir de Porto Velho-RO. Embora, a ponte, já em fase final de construção, venha para mudar essa realidade.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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