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Spain zamora valorio park
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Una mañana de invierno muy temprano, con niebla  y temperatura baja paseando por este parque hice esta panoramica.

El parque de Valorio es el pulmon de la ciudad de Zamora. En el mismo se celebran romerias en primera y verano.Es llamado el parque romantico.

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