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Saint Peter's park in Corunna
Northern Spain

This mountain was property of the army and had many cannons and bunkers to protect the city. It recenttly was recovered for public use and now is a very visited park with wonderful sea views.

Copyright: Henry alvarez
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Chargée: 08/07/2009
Mis à jour: 19/09/2014
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Tags: corunna; monte; san; pedro; parque; cannons
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