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    Maquina de cocacola sobrevive el maremoto de Japon

  • Mika Matsuhashi

    A vending machine, brought inland by a tsunami, is seen in a abandoned rice field inside the exclusion zone at the coastal area near Minamisoma in Fukushima prefecture

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