Saint Peter and Saint Paul Rocks

Saint Peter and Saint Paul Rocks
or Portuguese Penedos de São Pedro e São Paulo geographical name rocky islets in the Atlantic 600 miles (966 kilometers) NE of Natal, Brazil; belong to Brazil

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