Friday, July 13, 2012

Water... Campus Cultural (Venice of the Valley) in Need of Canals and Waterways

Rio Cauca II - Cauca river II
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The Cauca River
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Cauca River, por Adrián Geólogo
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Cauca River, por Bryan Casanova
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Before the beginning of steam navigation, the Cauca River was sailed only by ...
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Cauca River.
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El río Cauca pasa por más de 180 municipios por los departamentos del Cauca, ...
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Cauca River canyon - Pipinta,Cauca Valley
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Statue, bridge over the Cauca River, and the rolling landscape
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... and sprawling river valleys such as the Magdalena andCauca River basins ...
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Cauca river
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Cauca river by rodagira2000
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Cauca River Valley Colombia
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Olaya is a very small town close to the Cauca River.
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... to the Cauca river, the dirtiest and one of the major rivers in ...
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... geographically located on theCauca River with a mean 1000-m altitude ...
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... located in the Cauca RiverValley in Antioquia Province.
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... and sprawling river valleys such as the Magdalena andCauca River basins ...
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Cauca river seen from the Puente de Occidente suspension bridge
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Cauca River. Valle del Cauca. Colombia.
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