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Parque de Las Llamas
Northern Spain

Officially named "Parque Atlántico de Las Llamas", "el parque de la vaguada de Las Llamas" was opened to the public in May 2007. It's situated besides campus of University of Cantabria and "Palacio de Deportes de Santander".

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