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Viñedo en Villanueva del Conde - Sierra de Francia
Spain
Copyright: Koldo gorrotxategi
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Resolution: 7790x3895
Uploaded: 09/06/2013
Updated: 13/06/2013
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Tags: viñedo; villanueva del conde; sierra de francia; salamanca
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