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Atocha Railway Station
Madrid

Last rays of sun breaking through the windowa at Atocha Railway Station, Madrid, Spain. The old rail hall of the station was closed down, and was converted to a tropical greenhouse, and presently it is inhabited with palm trees and turtles.

Copyright: Rafael De Vill
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Загружена: 04/09/2009
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