Fuente del Parque de la Victoria por la noche

La fuente centrtal del parque de la Victoria de Jaén puede verse iluminada por las noches y en verano aporta frescor a los paseantes.

Se encuentra entre la Avenida de Madrid y el paseo de la Estación de Jaén.

Copyright: Antonio Campos
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Resolution: 12112x6056
Uploaded: 27/05/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014


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