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Santander from mount Penacastillo
Northern Spain

View from the mount of Peñacastillo, with an altitude of 136 meters (447 feet). From here you can see the city of Santander, its bay and harbour, and the runaway of the airport of Parayas. Near the Rugby field of the school Augusto González Linares.

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Uploaded: 05/01/2011
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