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File:Satellite image of Guinea-Bissau in January 2003.jpg

Description Satellite image of Guinea-Bissau in January 2003.
Date 3 January 2003
Source Cropped from original:
Author Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC

The Islands are known as Bijagos Archipelago, in English, Bissagos in portuguese, one of them, nearest to the coast towards the centre of the image, furthest to the East being Bolama


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