Margaritas Brunete

Brunete est une population située à l'ouest de Madrid, à 28 km de la Porte du Soleil. Situé dans la couronne métropolitaine il limite avec Villanueva du Vallon, à peine à 2.5 km. au nord, Boadilla de la Montagne l'est, à Villaviciosa d'Odón et Séville ce qui est nouvelle le sud et à Quijorna à l'ouest.


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