Plaza de las Batallas por la noche

La plaza de las Batallas se encuentra en el Paseo de la estación y tiene un monumento en el centro cuyos motivos hacen referencia a las batallas acaecidas en la provincia de Jaén.

Copyright: Antonio campos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13122x6561
Uploaded: 27/05/2012
Updated: 04/07/2012


Tags: place; jaén; plaza
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