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English: View from the historic elevator de Santa Justa toward praça don Pedro, Lisbon, Portugal.
Italiano: Piazza don Pedro vista dalla piattaforma dell'Elevatore di Santa Giusta, Lisbona, Portogallo.
Português: Praça don Pedro do elevador de Santa Juxta, Lisboa, Portugal.
Date 2 March 2006
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