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The family at Calalberche during weekend
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The family at Calalberche during weekend. We share food, we went to the river, play soccer and dance. Oh, and celebrate dogs and help remove the herbs of the field.
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Edmundo Paz Torres
The family at Calalberche during weekend
Edmundo Paz Torres
The family at Calalberche during weekend
Edmundo Paz Torres
The family at Calalberche during weekend
Edmundo Paz Torres
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