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Valizas night sky, Rocha, Uruguay.
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Valizas is a small town on the coast of Rocha in Uruguay. The city, at the request of its inhabitants, has little street lighting which allows to see the night sky in all its beauty.

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Uploaded: 02/01/2012
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Tags: valizas; rocha; uruguay; night sky; beach
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