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Caños de la Carrera de la Concepcion
Spain

Los caños de la Carreara de la Concepción se encuentran en el centro de Almuñécar y son un lugar muy concurrido por los habitantes de Almuñécar, ya que la sombra de su frondosa arboleda da frescura a este lugar de paso.

Una fuente con dos caños ofrece la pureza del líquido elemento a los que transitan por la zona.

Copyright: Antonio campos
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Uploaded: 12/09/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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