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Horadada Canyon
Northern Spain

Very interesting karst landscape between the towns of Mave and Villaescusa de las Torres.

View of canyon from the plateau.
In the background the Pisuerga river and close to the farthest riverbank the railway line.

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Uploaded: 01/03/2010
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