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Plaza Guipuzkoa, Hondarribia :: www.CantabrU.com
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Hondarribia es una de las poblaciones a las que los guipuzcoanos recurren cuando se ven en la obligación de enseñar Gipuzkoa a quienes no la conocen. En esta bella ciudad podemos encontrar impresionantes  fortificaciones de la Edad Moderna y contemporánea, un casco urbano de trazado medieval que ha sabido mantener su sabor a pesar de las renovaciones, un barrio de pescadores reconvertido en lugar de paseo, una playa de moda, puerto deportivo... además de constituir una de las entradas a Gipuzkoa por medio del  aeropuerto instalado muy cerca del núcleo urbano. (Fuente: ingeba.euskalnet.net)

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