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Ponteareas Roman Bridge, which some studies is the name given to Puenteareas.


Bounded on the north, Mos, Wellness and Mondariz Mondariz; to the south, Salvatierra de Miño, Salceda de Caselas and As Neves, to the east, Covelo, and to the west, Mos, and Salceda de Caselas Porriño. Situated in the foothills of the N-120 and A-52, about 25 km from Vigo, 45, Pontevedra, Orense 75 and 12 in Portugal. It is an important shopping and other services for municipalities in the district.

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