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Valladolid - Plaza mayor with christmas decorations
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La plaza mayor de Valladolid. Puedes ver el ayuntamiento, la estatua del conde Ansurez en el centro de la plaza y un monton de decoraciones navideñas. La foto fue sacada el 9 de Diciembre de 2012.

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Copyright: David Cardeñosa
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