The Saint, Torrecila en Cameros
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The Saint, Torrecila en Cameros

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Vista del pueblo Torrecilla en Cameros desde "el Santo". 

Un lugar especial desde donde se puede disfrutar de una bella y placentera charla

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Northern Spain

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A: Najerilla Valley

di Lademanda manda, 13.3 km di distanza

Bosque de encinas en el valle del Rio Najerilla en La Rioja

Najerilla Valley

B: Fields of wine

di Lademanda manda, 15.9 km di distanza

Campo de cepas de vino en Errioxa.

Fields of wine

C: winery hotel finca los arandinos. la rioja, spain

di luis davilla, 16.3 km di distanza

winery hotel finca los arandinos. la rioja, spain

winery hotel finca los arandinos. la rioja, spain

D: winery hotal finca los arandinos in entrena, la rioja, spain

di luis davilla, 16.3 km di distanza

winery hotal finca los arandinos in entrena, la rioja, spain

winery hotal finca los arandinos in entrena, la rioja, spain

E: Venta Piqueras

di Manu Pinedo (Enea360.com), 18.1 km di distanza

Venta Piqueras

F:

di Ignacio Borrego Polanco, 20.8 km di distanza

Sacristía de la Iglesia del Monasterio de Yuso, del siglo XVI. Toda la obra pictórica es de finales d...

G: monastery of san millan de cogolla. la rioja, spain

di luis davilla, 20.8 km di distanza

monastery of san millan de cogolla. la rioja, spain

monastery of san millan de cogolla. la rioja, spain

H: TABLADAS

di Lademanda manda, 24.9 km di distanza

TABLADAS

I: Munilla, la Rioja, El Hayedo

di Juan Lamata, 25.5 km di distanza

SituaciónPertenece a la comarca de Arnedo y está a 68 kilómetros de Logroño. Se ubica al pie de las s...

Munilla, la Rioja, El Hayedo

J: Green Building of Toyo Ito, Logroño

di Carlos Anillo, 25.6 km di distanza

Green Building of Toyo Ito, Logroño

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Northern Spain, Europe

Questa è una vista generale di Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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