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Cerro San Pedro
Madrid

The Cerro de San Pedro is a peak in the Sierra de Guadarrama (Central) located in the northwest of the Community of Madrid (Spain). Its altitude is of 1,425 metros.1 is one of the island forests of the southern slope guadarrameña, a term that refers to those mountain formations that lie isolated with respect to the main alignment.

Copyright: Tomas Valles Vila
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Caricate: 06/03/2011
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