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Puente La Canasta _2
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Puentes romanos denominado "La Canasta", era una calzada romana secundaria que unía la ciudad de Vascos del municipio de Navalmoralejo y Toledo. La construcción permitía salvar el río Torcón en un paraje de canchales de sobrecogedora belleza
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