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Plaza Mayor de Pedraza, Segovia, España
Spain

Hall Square of de Medieval Village of PEDRAZA, Segovia, Spain.The village was founded in the fourth century BC. The village is one of the best preserved in Spain.

Copyright: Querubin saldana
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 33272x6906
Uploaded: 29/07/2012
Updated: 01/08/2012
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Tags: village; medieval; square
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