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Funicular del rio de la pila de santander cantabria spain
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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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