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Pożary na Gran Canarii (30)

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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Damage in the towns of Valleseco, Tejeda and Artenara on Gran Canaria after devastating forest fires. More than 9500 residents and tourists had to be evacuated because of the fire. Nature on the Canary Island has been damaged a lot. In Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, 23 August 2019. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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GRAN CANARIA - An aerial view of the forest fires and burnt forests in Gran Canaria. The fire department has control of the fire, which means that a number of villages can be inhabited again. A total of 9500 people have been evacuated because of the fire. Photo: Rob Engelaar / Hollandse Hoogte
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Firemen and policeman watch from the road the forested peaks of Valleseco engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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Firemen and policeman watch from the road the forested peaks of Valleseco engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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View of the village of Artenara immersed in a smoke caused by the new forest fire that started in the town of Valleseco, a short distance from the other fire, not yet extinguished, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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View of the forested peaks of Valleseco during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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View of the forested peaks of Valleseco during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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A local policeman blocks access to the area of Valleseco where a new forest fire broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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The trees above the road of the forested peaks of Valleseco are engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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Policeman and local residents watch from the road the forested peaks of Valleseco engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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Policeman and local residents watch from the road the forested peaks of Valleseco engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)
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Policeman and local residents watch from the road the forested peaks of Valleseco engulfed in flames during the new forest fire that broke out just days after another blaze raged in the same area, in the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. - A fire began last August 10 in the town of Artenara and has clacinated about 1500 hectares, on the Grand Canary Island of Spain, August 17, 2019. (Photo by DESIREE MARTIN / AFP)

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