Algodonales - Avenida de la Constitucion
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Algodonales - Avenida de la Constitucion

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Algodanales is a village in the Province Cadiz and has an impressive village square on which you can meet nearly all villager. Algodanales belongs to the white villages and has a paraglider school. A landmark of the city is the church Iglesia Parroquial de Santa Ana which is build in 1784.

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