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Parking del Parador de Argomaniz

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Vista del parador de Argomaniz y su parking en Alava.

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Northern Spain付近のパノラマ

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A: Jardín del parador naciona de Argomaniz en Alava.

José Luis Eléxpuru作, ここから60メートル

Jardín del parador naciona de Argomaniz en Alava.

Jardín del parador naciona de Argomaniz en Alava.

B: Plaza de Marieta

José Luis Eléxpuru作, 6.4kmかなた

Plaza de la pequeña localidad alavesa de Alava.

Plaza de Marieta

C: Zona prohibida

José Luis Eléxpuru作, 7.4kmかなた

Pues eso, zona prohibida y de uso para los socios del club náutico, pero la vista es formidable.

Zona prohibida

D: Old domed Buesa Arena stadium

José Antonio González Nieto作, 8.0kmかなた

Old domed Buesa Arena stadium

E: Buesa Arena Stadium Area in Vitoria-Gasteiz

José Antonio González Nieto作, 8.1kmかなた

Buesa Arena Stadium Area in Vitoria-Gasteiz

F: Ataria lower zone in Vitoria-Gasteiz

José Antonio González Nieto作, 8.3kmかなた

Ataria lower zone in Vitoria. It is a center of information on the ecological environment of the area...

Ataria lower zone in Vitoria-Gasteiz

G: The International Kite Festival in Salburua Vitoria-Gasteiz

José Antonio González Nieto作, 8.6kmかなた

The International Kite Festival in Salburua Vitoria-Gasteiz

H: 2-The International Kite Festival in Salburua Vitoria-Gasteiz

José Antonio González Nieto作, 8.7kmかなた

2-The International Kite Festival in Salburua Vitoria-Gasteiz

I: Compuerta del pantano de Landa

José Luis Eléxpuru作, 9.3kmかなた

Vista de la compuerta del pantano de Landa. Alava

Compuerta del pantano de Landa

J: Barco avandonado

José Luis Eléxpuru作, 9.5kmかなた

Pequeño barco avandonado en Landa, Alava

Barco avandonado

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