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English: Goma City & Lakeside Lake Kivu, Congo DRC
Italiano: Città di Goma e Lago Kivu, Congo DRC
Deutsch: Goma Stadt & Halbinsel am See Kivu, Demokratische Republik Kongo
Español: Ciudad de Goma y Lago Kivu, Republica Democrático de Kongo
Français : Ville de Goma et Lac Kivu, République Démocratique du Congo
Date 29 April 2009
Source Own work
Author Sascha Grabow


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