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Walk in the Olgas

Tourists walk in the shade of a group of rock monoliths known as The Olgas, about 240 miles southwest of the central Australian town of Alice Springs April 20, 2004. The Olgas, known by local Aboriginals as Kata Tjuta, lie within sight of Australia's famous monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock), and both are considered sacred sites by their traditional owners. Tim Wimborne/Reuters
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