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Crucero Grandeur of the Seas en Cartagena (Royal Caribbean)
Colombia

El crucero Grandeur of the Seas de Royal Caribbean arribó a Cartagena, Colombia, el 3 de enero de 2011, junto con otros tres cruceros, en una jornada maratónica para la ciudad heróica. En la fotografía, la vista del muelle y el precioso crucero, en el momento en que los turistas regresaban de conocer la ciudad.

Copyright: Astrolabio colombia
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5416x2708
Загружена: 07/01/2011
Обновлено: 30/06/2014
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Tags: crucero grandeur of the seas; cartagena; colombia; muelle; mar; cruise; sociedad portuaria del caribe; puerto; caribe; royal caribbean
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