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Lombillo de Los Barrios es una pedanía del municipio de Ponferrada en la comarca de El Bierzo, provincia de León, comunidad autónoma de Castilla y León, España. Perteneció al municipio de Los Barrios, hasta la desaparición de éste. Es uno de los tres pueblos (Lombillo, Salas y Villar) que junto con otro ya desaparecido formaban la zona conocida como Los Barrios. El antiguo municipio abarcaba un amplio término municipal, con localidades de los alrededores, como Espinoso de Compludo y San Cristóbal de Valdueza.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lombillo_de_Los_Barrios

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Taken: 23/02/2013
Uploaded: 23/02/2013
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