Parque de Las Llamas
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Parque de Las Llamas

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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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A: Santander, Las Llamas

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 40 meters away

Santander, Las Llamas

B: Santander - Ferias de Santiago 2014

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 700 meters away

Como todos los años por las fiestas de Santiago se celebran estas Ferias, la verdad es que cada año s...

Santander - Ferias de Santiago 2014

C: Santander - 2014 Ferias de Santiago

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 710 meters away

Santander - 2014 Ferias de Santiago

D: Santander, Recinto Ferial 2013

by josemlanza, 780 meters away

Santander, Recinto Ferial 2013

E: Semana Grande 2013 - Recinto Ferial - Santander

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 790 meters away

Semana Grande 2013 - Recinto Ferial - Santander

F: Santander, Hnos. Tonetti

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 830 meters away

Santander, Hnos. Tonetti

G: Hermanos Tonetti - Santander

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 840 meters away

Hermanos Tonetti - Santander

H: Santander, plaza de Ruben Dario

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 890 meters away

Santander, plaza de Ruben Dario

I: Santander, Rio de la Pila (Parte Alta)

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 960 meters away

Santander, Rio de la Pila (Parte Alta)

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by Rodrigo Gonzalez, 970 meters away

This panorama was taken in Northern Spain, Europe

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