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Rojadillo bridge
Northern Spain

Located in a forest track between Valberzoso (Palencia) and Mata de Hoz (Cantabria).

The one-eyed bridge rises over the Camesa river at its headwaters in a beautiful place surrounded by oak,serval and birch trees.

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Copyright: Miguel Angel
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Uploadet: 04/02/2010
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