Fuente Parque del Carmen. Logroño
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Fuente Parque del Carmen. Logroño

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Una de los diversos espacios que ofrece el Parque del Carmen es esta plazoleta. Al que le guste leer le recomiendo que venga aquí en primavera-verano, y que disfrute de su libro resguardado por las sobras de los grandes árboles mientras escucha el sonido del agua. También se puede acudir con un libro electrónico, un Ipad, un Iphone, etc y dedicarse a trabajar, jugar o visitar las panorámicas 360 que se ofrecen en internet

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A: Quiosco. Parque del Carmen, Logroño

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B: Ludoteca. Parque del Carmen

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C: Parque del Carmen. Entrada por PioXII. Logroño

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D: Source of wine. Feast of St. Matthew. Logroño

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E: Monumento a Espartero, Logroño

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F: Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (2)

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H: Luces de Fiestas de Navidad en Logroño (1)

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I: Concatedral Santa María de la Redonda, en la Rioja

by Mario Carvajal, 700 meters away

Pano nocturna en Logroño de la concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda.

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J: Plaza del Mercado y Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda

by Carlos Anillo, 730 meters away

Plaza del Mercado y Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda, Logroño ¡Felices Fiestas de San Mateo!

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