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One more street in Valdeverdeja

As in the other picture of the same village, you can find the old spirit living here. Not long ago, mules and peasants walked along these little streets. Nowadays, you can still find women sewing and chatting on the streets.

Copyright: Javier pascual
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Resolution: 6244x3122
Chargée: 03/05/2012
Mis à jour: 13/05/2012
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Tags: street; valdeverdeja; spanish village
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