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Ludoteca. Parque del Carmen

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En este céntrico parque de Logroño el ayuntamiento ofrece un servicio de punto de lectura y ludoteca en uno de sus quioscos.
Es una pena que sólo se ofrezca durante apenas un par de meses en verano, pero ciertamente es muy agradable sentarse a leer la prensa mientras tus niños están pintando, jugando a la comba o corriendo. Y todo esto en pleno centro de la ciudad.
Uno de estos rincones imprescindibles que ofrece Logroño

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A: Parque del Carmen. Entrada por PioXII. Logroño

Af Manu Pinedo (Enea360.com), 70 meter væk

Esta es la zona del Parque del Carmen desde donde se accede a sus comercios. La mayoría cafeterías re...

Parque del Carmen. Entrada por PioXII. Logroño

B: Fuente Parque del Carmen. Logroño

Af Manu Pinedo (Enea360.com), 70 meter væk

Fuente Parque del Carmen. Logroño

C: Quiosco. Parque del Carmen, Logroño

Af Manu Pinedo (Enea360.com), 100 meter væk

Quiosco. Parque del Carmen, Logroño

D: Source of wine. Feast of St. Matthew. Logroño

Af Carlos Anillo, 280 meter væk

Panoramic taken in September 2008 from the Foutain of Wine in the fest of "San Mateo" Logroño. For tw...

Source of wine. Feast of St. Matthew. Logroño

E: Monumento a Espartero, Logroño

Af Carlos Anillo, 500 meter væk

El monumento al General Espartero de Logroño (España) es una gran conjunto escultórico de 11.130 kilo...

Monumento a Espartero, Logroño

F: Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (2)

Af Carlos Anillo, 530 meter væk

La iluminación el la Gran Vía de D. Juan Carlos I.

Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (2)

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Af Carlos Anillo, 680 meter væk

H: Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (1)

Af Carlos Anillo, 700 meter væk

Con la iluminación de la Calle Portales es mi deseo unas Felices Fiestas para todos y un Próspero y m...

Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (1)

I: Concatedral Santa María de la Redonda, en la Rioja

Af Mario Carvajal, 710 meter væk

Pano nocturna en Logroño de la concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda.

Concatedral Santa María de la Redonda, en la Rioja

J: Plaza del Mercado y Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda

Af Carlos Anillo, 730 meter væk

Plaza del Mercado y Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda, Logroño ¡Felices Fiestas de San Mateo!

Plaza del Mercado y Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda

Dette panorama blev taget i Northern Spain, Europe

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