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Bucalemu Chile Earthquake and Tsunami 2010 C
VI Region of Chile

Town of Bucalemu, Chile, after the earthquake and Tsunami that I devastate to Chile the 27 of February 2010. Part of the city of Bucalemu can be seen after the Tsunami.

Copyright: Luis a. romero pavez (wroken)
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Resolution: 4998x2499
上传: 10/03/2010
更新: 28/03/2012
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Tags: bucalemu; maremoto; tsunami; earthquake; cardenal caro
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