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In this week's edition, Sentinel-2 takes us over Tunis and wetland sites protected under the Ramsar Convention
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Earth observation image of the week: this Sentinel-2 image features Tunisia’s capital Tunis, in North Africa, and highlights some of the country’s important wetlands

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