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Terraza del restaurante La Ermita , en el Valle
Spain
El restaurante La Ermita, ocupa una ermita del siglo XV y se halla situado en plena Circunvalación, conocida por los toledanos como la carretera del Valle, a las afueras de la imperial e histórica ciudad de Toledo.
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