Ermita y molinos San Isidro

Miguel Esteban es una localidad manchega, tranquila, apacible, perteneciente a la provincia de Toledo. Cercana a Quintanar de la Orden y a la patria de Dulcinea, esto es, El Toboso, es un lugar que sorprende por su sosiego, por su singular entorno natural y por ser el lugar donde la joven más bella de La Mancha es elegida cada año en un especial certamen de belleza dedicado a la mujer manchega.

Copyright: Carlos Ortega
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Uploaded: 14/09/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014


Tags: san isidro; miguel esteban; molinos
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