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Zapatero y rajoy flipando con las vistas de cantabria spain
Northern Spain

Zapatero y Rajoy durante su reciente visita a la región de Cantabria (España). Por sus gestos, Zapatero parecía notar la falta de oxígeno tras la ascensión mientras que Rajoy quedó sorprendido al notar nuestra presencia en el lugar.  El mirador en el que se encuentran forma parte del recorrido de la ruta PR-S17 (Pico Castillo) que parte del pueblo de Puente Viesgo. Ésta y otras rutas en: www.CantabrU.com

Copyright: Rodrigo Gonzalez
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Uploaded: 04/09/2010
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