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La Vellés Desde Mi Balcon
Spain

This is a view of the fields of La Vellés from my balcony. La Vellés it's a small village (500hab) of Salamanca that in summer many people come hare for hollydays because of the parties.

Copyright: Victor garcia valdunciel
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Uploaded: 03/04/2010
Updated: 15/05/2014
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