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Atardecer en el Paseo de La Guardia, Pontevedra
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Atardecer en el Paseo de La Guardia, Pontevedra
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Uploaded: 24/09/2012
Updated: 04/08/2014
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Camiños do Trega, Castro de Santa Trega
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Camiños do Trega, Castro de Santa Trega
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Castro en Monte de Santa Tecla
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Playa Area Grande, La Guardia, Pontevedra
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Viacrucis en Monte de Santa Tecla
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Monte de Santa Tecla
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Monte de Santa Tecla
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Puerto Piramides sunset
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Medvedia roklina - Bärenschützklamm
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Carpet Maker, Taba Heights
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Ponferrada, vista desde el Pajariel
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Calle Uría, Casas del Cuitu: Estilo Neobarroco, Oviedo
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Atardecer en el Paseo de La Guardia, Pontevedra
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Edificio histórico de la Universidad, Oviedo
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Sala de Compresores Antiguo Yacimiento Wolframio en Peña del Seo. De 1940 - 1950.
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Estadio El Toralín, Ponferradina
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Museo Nacional de la Energía entre la niebla
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Otoño entre los Castaños, Peñacaira
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Niebla en el Sil - Ponferrada
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Playa Area Grande, La Guardia, Pontevedra
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