Margaritas Brunete
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Margaritas Brunete

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  • Brunete is a population located to the west of Madrid, to 28 km of the Door of the Sun. One is located within the metropolitan crown limiting with Villanueva of the Gorge, as soon as to 2.5 km to the north, Boadilla from Monte to the east, Villaviciosa de Odón and Seville the New one to the south and Quijorna to the west.
  • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brunete

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