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ramp off of the club for free flight

Situated at an altitude of 1450 m, on top of the mountains of Serra da Moeda, it is the ramp of the Club of Free Flight; the overview is an invitation to contemplation.

On one side, with a gap of 180 m, we can view the Lake of the English, widely used by practitioners of water sports.

On the opposite side, at west of the Paraopeba Valley,  the gap reaches 580 meters, offering a simply stunning look: sometimes an intense color, dotted by the colors of the stop-gliders and delta wings, sometimes a blue-gray tone that we lost sight on the vast sea-of-mountains that comprise the region.

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Copyright: Luis Padilha
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10120x5060
Taken: 11/06/2009
Geüpload: 13/06/2009
Geüpdatet: 13/03/2017
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Tags: brumadinho; minas gerais; brazil
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