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Hoover Dam from Arizona side
Nevada

Taken from the view point on the 93 overlooking the Hoover Dam. This is the road that leads you down and across the Hoover Dam from Arizona to Nevada. The new bridge, still under construction, can be seen in the background. This was the only panoramic I managed to get from here as I stupidly left my spare battery at home!!

Copyright: Matt Wellard
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上传: 25/05/2010
更新: 11/09/2014
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