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Ermita Santisimo Cristo del Valle de Tembleque
Spain

La Ermita Santísimo Cristo Del Valle esta ubicado en Tembleque dentro de Toledo en España. Esta situada a  15 Km. de la localidad de Tembleque, en las proximidades del río Algodor, se celebra la Romería del Santísimo Cristo del Valle. Desde la construcción de la Ermita se vienen celebrando dos romerías al año: una el segundo domingo de mayo y la principal y originaria el último domingo de septiembre.

Copyright: Carlos ortega
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Uploaded: 23/09/2012
Updated: 24/09/2012
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Tags: tembleque; ermita; la mancha; cristo del valle
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