Doñana

November 9 to 15, 2012

Pedro Salgado
Pedro Salgado
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Gerardo Orellana
Gerardo Orellana
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Pedro Salgado
Pedro Salgado
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Pedro Mendes
Pedro Mendes
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Marcos Oliveira
Marcos Oliveira
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Pablo Giménez Olavarria
Pablo Giménez Olavarria
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Marco Nunes Correia
Marco Nunes Correia
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Marcos Oliveira
Marcos Oliveira
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Pedro Mendes
Pedro Mendes
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Pedro Salgado
Pedro Salgado
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Nádia Torres
Nádia Torres
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Nádia Torres
Nádia Torres
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Nádia Torres
Nádia Torres
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Marcos Oliveira
Marcos Oliveira
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Pedro Salgado
Pedro Salgado
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Marcos Oliveira
Marcos Oliveira
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Marco Nunes Correia
Marco Nunes Correia
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Pedro Mendes
Pedro Mendes
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Marco Nunes Correia
Marco Nunes Correia
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Nádia Torres
Nádia Torres
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Pablo Giménez Olavarria
Pablo Giménez Olavarria
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Pablo Giménez Olavarria
Pablo Giménez Olavarria
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Marco Nunes Correia
Marco Nunes Correia
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Desenho coletivo
Desenho coletivo
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The Parque Nacional de Doñana (Doñana National Park) is an extended wetland, classified as a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is the largest European biological reserve including a protected area larger than 50 thousand ha.

The park, located in the margins of the estuarine and freshwater complex of the Guadalquivir river, encompasses water and land systems that shelter biodiversity of huge international importance.

The National Park of Doñana visit was a joint venture with the Spanish Associación de Artistas por la Naturaleza. The focus was to register the unique landscapes and the biodiversity of the area.

Participants:

Gabriel de La Riva, Gerardo Orellana, Marcos Oliveira, Marco Nunes Correia, Nádia Torres, Olivia Portillo, Pablo Giménez Olavarria, Pedro Salgado, Pedro Mendes