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Vista desde azotea en Gran Vía - Madrid
Madrid
This image is 50% my work and 50% Pau Valiente's work (he's my new "pano teacher"). This photo was taken in Gran Vía, in the center of Madrid.
Copyright: Ajo Fernández
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上传: 19/04/2011
更新: 17/10/2014
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