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Limoeiro - Ipatinga - MG - Brasil
Saudi Arabia
Imagem do alto do Bairro Limoeiro
Copyright: Marcio Rodrigues
Typ: Cylindrical
Upplösning: 10394x1261
Uppladdad: 13/07/2011
Uppdaterad: 22/04/2012
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Tags: limoeiro; ipatinga; minas gerais
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