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Olivillo viewpoint
Spain

View from the Olivillo square to the Moralillo site. Behind is the new building to the musician band and the litle kiosk, that I hope in a next future it will be open for refresh drinks, litle dishes, etc.

Copyright: Melchor Aguilar
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Uploaded: 10/04/2013
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Tags: moralillo; olivillo; circunvalación
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