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File:Bareina, Mauritania.jpg

English: Bareina, a small desert village in the south of Mauritania, West Africa. A view of the sky just minutes before rain started.
Date 2 September 2006, 10:53 am local time
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Author Ferdinand Reus from Arnhem, Holland
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