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Guadiana River - Alarcos bridge - (Ciudad Real)
Spain

The old bridge Alarcos, is located at the foot of the hill of the same name, emblematic and ancient site of Ciudad Real, origin of the city, which passes under its arches battered the Guadiana river.

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