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HEMIS_4101069 - France, Aveyron (12), parc naturel régional des Grands Causses, Millau, le viaduc de Millau des architectes Michel Virlogeux et Norman Foster, entre le Causse du Larzac et le Causse de Sauveterre au dessus du Tarn - GUY Christian / hemis.fr

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