Sanabria Lake, view from San Martin
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Sanabria Lake, view from San Martin

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Sanabria Lake, view from San Martin, Spain

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A: Sanabria lake

by Manuel Teles, 1.7 km away

Sanabria lake, a glaciar lake

Sanabria lake

B: Laguna de los Peces, Sanabria

by Manuel Teles, 4.2 km away

Laguna de los peces, at Sanabria, Zamora, with snow (view from the top of the montain)

Laguna de los Peces, Sanabria

C: Typical Street of Puebla De Sanabria

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

Typical Street of Puebla De Sanabria

D: Outside of Church of Puebla de Sanabria

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

Outside of Church of Puebla de Sanabria

E: Castle Square of Puebla De Sanabria

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

Castle Square of Puebla De Sanabria

F: Mayor Square of Puebla de Sanabria

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

Mayor Square of Puebla de Sanabria

G: Puebla de Sanabria from the castle

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

Puebla de Sanabria from the castle

H: typical-street-of-puebla-de-sanabria 2-spain

by jose-ignacio-teran, 11.2 km away

typical-street-of-puebla-de-sanabria 2-spain

I: Puebla de Sanabria

by Manuel Teles, 11.5 km away

Puebla de Sanabria

Puebla de Sanabria

J: Cosas de Aqui

by Manuel Teles, 11.5 km away

Cosas de Aqui, the store in the world with more concentration of elves and gnomes by square inch...

Cosas de Aqui

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