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File:World map with tropic of capricorn.jpg


Description Based on public domain CIA World Fact book image with the Tropic of Capricorn bolded in red
Date 27 June 2006
Source Image:World-map-2004-cia-factbook-large-2m.jpg
Author User:Cburnett
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