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Las Henestrosas de Las Quintanillas
Northern Spain

Location of the municipality of Valdeolea (Cantabria, Spain).

Situated at 950 m. altitude is located 7 km from the capital city Mataporquera.

La Corralada house

Great building with a large facade that closes the yard inside which there is a curious inscription.
In the center is the access to the chapel of Santa Ana of the early of eighteenth century.

Declared of Local Interest since 2003.

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