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Julio Romero de Torres street, Cordoba, Spain
Spain

The street Julio Romero de Torres,

in homage to the painter cordobes,
connecting the Portillo square with Jeronimo Paez square.

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Copyright: Miguel sepulveda
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9600x4800
Hochgeladen: 25/02/2010
Aktualisiert: 09/04/2012
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Tags: street; town; square
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