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Lierganes
Northern Spain

Atardecer desde Liérganes, Cantabria. Panorama realizado en el Paseo del Hombre Pez, junto al río Miera. Al fondo pueden observarse las famosas montañas denominadas "Las tetas de Liérganes".

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