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Pinewood forest of Liencres
Northern Spain

Panorama taken in the Pinewood forest of Liencres, Cantabria (Spain). This forest is part of the Natural Park of "Las dunas de Liencres", which is situated beside the mouth of river Pas.

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Hochgeladen: 25/04/2011
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Tags: cantabria; liencres; españa; spain; santander; costa; bosque; coast; forest; pinar; pinewood
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