Hall Square of Pedraza

Hall Square of the medieval village of Pedraza, near Segovia, in Spain

Copyright: Querubin saldana
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5509x2755
Uploaded: 01/08/2012
Updated: 03/08/2012


Tags: square; village; medieval; pedraza; segovia; spain
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