San Pedro del Romeral
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San Pedro del Romeral

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Panorama en la plaza de San Pedro del Romeral, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, (Cantabria). Puede observarse el Ayuntamiento y la iglesia del pueblo del siglo XVIII.

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A: San Pedro del Romeral

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 20 meters away

San Pedro del Romeral

B: San Pedro del Romeral, La Peredilla

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 220 meters away

La Peredilla, otro barrio de San Pedro del Romeral, y como apreciamos salpicado de multitud de cabaña...

San Pedro del Romeral, La Peredilla

C: San Pedro del Romeral - Zona Pasiega

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 360 meters away

San Pedro del Romeral - Zona Pasiega

D: San Pedro del Romeral - Cabaña Pasiega

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 370 meters away

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San Pedro del Romeral - Cabaña Pasiega

E: Cabaña Pasiega, San Pedro del Romeral

by josemlanza, 370 meters away

Cabaña Pasiega, San Pedro del Romeral

F: San Pedro del Romeral, Finca Pasiega

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 380 meters away

San Pedro del Romeral, Finca Pasiega

G: La Cruz - San Pedro del Romeral

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 410 meters away

La Cruz - San Pedro del Romeral

H: San Pedro del Romeral - Vegaloscorrales

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 2.4 km away

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San Pedro del Romeral - Vegaloscorrales

I: Vega de Pas, Cantabria

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 5.5 km away

Vega de Pas, Cantabria

J: La Vega de Pas, Cantabria

by Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 5.6 km away

La Vega de Pas, Cantabria

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