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Muelle pequeño de Espasante
Northern Spain
Muelle pequeño de Espasante hecho unos años después del grande para evitar que el puerto se llenara de arena. El puerto se sigue llenando de arena.
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Uploaded: 24/04/2012
Updated: 13/05/2012
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