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File:The terminus of the Viedma Glacier, 2 kilometers across where it enters Lake Viedma.jpg


English: The terminus of the Viedma Glacier, 2 kilometers across where it enters Lake Viedma
Date 22:47, 12 October 2009 (UTC)
Author NASA Earth Observatory
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49° 30′ 41.40″ S, 73° 1′ 42.40″ W

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