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A woman inside of airplane having a tea in Atlantic, 1959.

A woman inside of airplane having a tea in Atlantic, 1959.
A woman inside of airplane having a tea in Atlantic, 1959.
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A woman inside of airplane having a tea in Atlantic, 1959.
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A woman inside of airplane having a tea in Atlantic. Atlantic Ocean , Atlantic Ocean or the Atlantic Ocean is the second largest oceans of the Earth's five oceans . The Atlantic Ocean is about 106 400 000 km², about one-fifth (20%) of the Earth's total surface. Only the Pacific Ocean is larger. It's that there are five oceans , whereas in earlier times counted seven seas. Atlantic is the ocean lying between the Americas , Europe and Africa . In the north-south stretches the Atlantic from the Arctic to the Antarctic . Atlantic usually subdivided into the North Atlantic and South Atlantic . February 17, 1959. people, woman, sitting, together, tea, coffee, snacks, airplane, flight, 1959
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