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Cantabria puente viesgo 01 08072009
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Vista del Río Pas a la altura de el pueblo de Puente Viesgo. Famoso por su sus excepcionales cuevas prehistóricas del Monte Castillo, el Balneario de aguas minero-medicinales y termales, así como sus ricos pozos salmoneros, han hecho de Puente Viesgo un enclave de singular importancia y referencia turística del valle del Pas.  Al fondo se puede apreciar un pescador cambiando el aparejo.

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Copyright: Rodrigo Gonzalez
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10560x5280
送信日: 13/07/2009
更新日: 23/09/2014
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Tags: cantabria; puente; viesgo; alceda; ontaneda; alcedaontaneda; balneario; corvera; toranzo
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