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Mirador dels Presidents
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Vista panoràmica de l'Aigua d'Ora i de l'esglèsia de Sant Pere de Graudescales amb la serra de Busa al fons. A la dreta de l'esglèsia trobem la serra de Valielles.

Copyright: Josep M. Simon
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Uploaded: 27/07/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: aigua d'ora; busa; mirador; sant pere de graudescales
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