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Praia da Foz do Arelho
Portugal

Praia da "Aberta" na Foz do Arelho.

A lagoa de Óbidos liga-se ao mar através de um sinuoso canal.

Este canal que atravessa o areal é ciclicamente configurado pela acção das marés.

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上传: 07/05/2009
更新: 17/08/2013
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