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Nacimiento/ Rio

Nacimiento/ Rio

Acumar by Plenty. The "Autoridad de Cuenca Matanza Riachuelo" (ACUMAR), with the production of Motiongroup, entrusted us a piece to spread their actions for recovery and improvement of a zone highly contaminated in our country, a basin of more than 64 kilometres of extension that affects more that 5 million people who live in this in extensive zone.

Acumar by Plenty. The "Autoridad de Cuenca Matanza Riachuelo" (ACUMAR), with the production of Motiongroup, entrusted us a piece to spread their actions for recovery and improvement of a zone highly contaminated in our country, a basin of more than 64 kilometres of extension that affects more that 5 million people who live in this in extensive zone.

The "Autoridad de Cuenca Matanza Riachuelo" (ACUMAR), with the production of Motiongroup, entrusted us a piece to spread their actions for recovery and improvement of a zone highly contaminated in our country, a basin of more than 64 kilometres of extension that affects more that 5 million people who live in this in extensive zone. We have realized that to illustrate and to animate situations that communicate environmental messages makes us feel well! And cleaner!   Hopefully we'll have…

The "Autoridad de Cuenca Matanza Riachuelo" (ACUMAR), with the production of Motiongroup, entrusted us a piece to spread their actions for recovery and improvement of a zone highly contaminated in our country, a basin of more than 64 kilometres of extension that affects more that 5 million people who live in this in extensive zone. We have realized that to illustrate and to animate situations that communicate environmental messages makes us feel well! And cleaner! Hopefully we'll have…

CASTLES OF SPAIN (2) -  Castle of  Villarejo del Salvanés, Madrid, Spain. -  Villarejo de Salvanés is situated in the Madrid Region, about 50 km from the capital. It belongs to the Cuenca del Tajo basin. The castle was built in 1203 and remains of the canvases on the walls are preserved, as well as the impressive keep. The construction is considered a unique example in Spain because it has eight cubes or towers, instead of four, which is the usual number.

CASTLES OF SPAIN (2) - Castle of Villarejo del Salvanés, Madrid, Spain. - Villarejo de Salvanés is situated in the Madrid Region, about 50 km from the capital. It belongs to the Cuenca del Tajo basin. The castle was built in 1203 and remains of the canvases on the walls are preserved, as well as the impressive keep. The construction is considered a unique example in Spain because it has eight cubes or towers, instead of four, which is the usual number.

Cheap Más blanca meaka personalizada pedestal lavabo cuenca del lujo moda lavabo baño lavabo lavabo torneira, Compro Calidad Lavabos de Baño directamente de los surtidores de China: 2014 Top Fasion New Desktop Wallpaper Home Decorated with Gold Leaf Wallpaper Tv Wall Stickers Living Room Bedroom 53 *

Cheap Más blanca meaka personalizada pedestal lavabo cuenca del lujo moda lavabo baño lavabo lavabo torneira, Compro Calidad Lavabos de Baño directamente de los surtidores de China: 2014 Top Fasion New Desktop Wallpaper Home Decorated with Gold Leaf Wallpaper Tv Wall Stickers Living Room Bedroom 53 *

HD Live Cam - Venice - St. Mark's Basin, Riva degli Schiavoni

HD Live Cam - Venice - St. Mark's Basin, Riva degli Schiavoni

HD Live Cam - Venice - St. Mark's Basin, San Giorgio Island

HD Live Cam - Venice - St. Mark's Basin, San Giorgio Island

Amazon River exhales virtually all carbon taken up by rain forest: Until recently people believed much of the rain forest's carbon floated down the Amazon River and ended up deep in the ocean. Research showed a decade ago that rivers exhale huge amounts of carbon dioxide, though it left open the question of how that was possible. A new study resolves the conundrum, proving that woody plant matter is almost completely digested by bacteria living in the Amazon River.

Amazon River exhales virtually all carbon taken up by rain forest: Until recently people believed much of the rain forest's carbon floated down the Amazon River and ended up deep in the ocean. Research showed a decade ago that rivers exhale huge amounts of carbon dioxide, though it left open the question of how that was possible. A new study resolves the conundrum, proving that woody plant matter is almost completely digested by bacteria living in the Amazon River.

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