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Hotel en Mompox Casa Amarilla - Terraza
Colombia
Hay un hotel en Mompox: Casa Amarilla, donde los visitantes pueden encontrar alojamiento a precios económicos, en un espectacular ambiente. En esta foto se ve la terraza del Hostal Casa Amarilla, desde donde pueden apreciarse los tejados de las antiguas casas momposinas, en Colombia.
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上传: 29/01/2011
更新: 30/06/2014
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Tags: hotel; hostal; alojamiento; terraza; mompox; casa amarilla; colombia
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