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AutoCAD file (dwg format) to a Google Earth file (kmz format).

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Hi,
I'm trying to convert an AutoCAD file (dwg format) to a Google Earth file (kmz format).
I will appreciate if someone will be able to recommend me on a freeware convertor for that purpose.

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