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Cañón de La Horadada
Northern Spain

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

The well signposted route runs along the river Pisuerga.
It can be seen a small dam and a former flour mill.

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Uploaded: 17/02/2010
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