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Patio manchego en El Toboso
Spain
Patio del siglo XVI, donde segun la historia vivio un tio de Miguel de Cervantes y casa visitada por Azorin. Tiene todosa los elementos de la casa castellana,en el patio se destaca su pasado de la orden de Santiago
Copyright: Carlos ortega
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 04/07/2013
Updated: 17/07/2013
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Tags: el toboso; patios; cervantes; el quijote
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