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Kart track located abandoned in the "city of children"

Kart track located abandoned in the "city of children" Kartódromo abandonado a cidade da criança em presidente prudente.


PS. (Stops Works = Abandoned) 14/07/2011

Ps.: Now you see what the trouble is that the kart's engine a few animals because of the location, we are watching, and we shoot all the changes as they happen!

PS.(Obras Paradas=Abandonado) 14/07/2011 


Ps.: Atualmente o que se vê é o incomodo que os motores dos kart´s de poucos causa aos animais do local, estamos de olho, e vamos fotografar todas as mudanças, assim que elas acontecerem!

Jorge Santos! 

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Copyright: Jorge Santos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 18176x9088
Taken: 05/02/2011
Uploaded: 06/02/2011
Updated: 08/03/2015


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