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Floating shacks of Belen, Iquitos : Stock Photo
Floating shantytown of Belen in Iquitos, community of thousands of families living in shacks which rise and fall with river and seasons, located on Amazon River.

Floating shacks of Belen, Iquitos

Credit: Oliver J Davis Photography
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Floating shantytown of Belen in Iquitos, community of thousands of families living in shacks which rise and fall with river and seasons, located on Amazon River.
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