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Praça De Sem Peixe
Brazil
Copyright: Carlos Nardi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 07/04/2013
Uploaded: 07/04/2013
Atualizado: 23/04/2013
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Praça Sem Peixe
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Estrada De Sem Peixe
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Fezenda Camoes Sem Peixe 01
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Fazenda Camoes Sem Peixe 02
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Fazenda Camoes Sem Peixe 03
Ricardo Dettmer
01 Fazenda Polyanna Estrada De Acesso
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05 Galeria 12 Piscina
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Aperam Acesita
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Fundacao Aperam Acesita
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06 Pousada Getsemani Cafe
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08 Contos De Minas Quarto Casal
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Igreja Catolica Do Ideal
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Shopping Do Vale Do Aco Ipatinga
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Fundacao Aperam Acesita
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Igreja B Missionaria
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Expo Usipa 2012
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Fezenda Camoes Sem Peixe 01
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Tupinambas
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Lago Parque Ipanema
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Parque 01
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Campo Futebol Parque Ipanema
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Estadio Lamegao Ipatinga
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