Funicular del rio de la pila de santander cantabria spain
Northern Spain

El funicular  une la calle Río de la Pila con el paseo del General Dávila, salvando la fuerte pendiente de la que consta la ladera sur de este vial, y tiene una capacidad para 20 personas. La construcción del funicular obligó a desalojar de sus viviendas a 15 familias, ya recolocadas, que vivían en varios edificios que han sido expropiados y que fueron derribados una vez que se resuelvieron unos problemas de contaminación detectados. (Fuente:es.Wikipedia.org)


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Uploadet: 05/04/2010
Opdateret: 23/09/2014


Tags: funicular; rio; pila; santander; cantabria; alceda; ontaneda; alcedaontaneda
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