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Crossroads
Northern Spain

A crossraod near to Marce in the Rieira Sacra (Sacred Shore) in Galicia, Spain. This region has been producing wine since Roman times. The vinyards were contiued by monks later and many still remain today, though many have been abandoned and overgrown with forrest.

Copyright: Sam ablott
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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
Updated: 21/07/2014
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Tags: crossroads; road; camino; marce; panton; ribeira sacra; galicia; spain
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