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Budia, Capilla de la Virgen del Peral
Spain

la Virgen del Peral es la Patrona de Budia. La virgen se apareció a un pastor en el lugar donde hoy se levanta la ermita de la Virgen del Peral, situada en las cercanías de Budia.

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