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Cabañas pasiegas en Ruyemas
Northern Spain

Panorama en las praderas de Ruyemas, Vega de Pas, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, Cantabria. Grupo de cabañas pasiegas, típicas del lugar. A este valle de gran belleza se accede des de el pueblo de Pandillo.

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Uploaded: 21/03/2011
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Tags: "valles pasiegos"; cantabria; españa; spain; ruyemas; "vega de pas"; cabaña; pandillo
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