Nerys - Moncao, Portugal
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Nerys - Moncao, Portugal

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A: Passadiço perto do rio Minho

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Moncao is a very beautiful historic village located in a valley of the river Minho in northern Portug...

Passadiço perto do rio Minho

B: Caldas avenue

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Moncao is a very beautiful historic village located in a valley of the river Minho in northern Portug...

Caldas avenue

C: Capuchos - Moncao, Portugal

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Capuchos - Moncao, Portugal

D: Capuchos II - Moncao, Portugal

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Capuchos II - Moncao, Portugal

E: Monção - Deu-La-Deu Square

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Monção - Deu-La-Deu Square

F: Monção on Christmas 2013 - Portugal

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Monção on Christmas 2013 - Portugal

G: Caldas park

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Here is the old building of the spa, the river Miño, in a place where you see Spain across the river....

Caldas park



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