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Brunete Mayor Square
Madrid

  • Brunete es una población situada al oeste de Madrid, a 28 km de la Puerta del Sol.
  • Se encuentra situado dentro de la corona metropolitana limitando con Villanueva de la Cañada, apenas a 2,5 km. al norte, Boadilla del Monte al este, Villaviciosa de Odón y Sevilla la Nueva al sur y Quijorna al oeste.

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