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Pujada per el carrer de la fora spain
Spain

Subida por el Carrer de la Força. Nos lleva a las Escaleras de la Catedral. Agradable paseo por las calles del Barri Vell de Girona.

Copyright: José Miguel
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送信日: 14/03/2010
更新日: 01/09/2014
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Tags: 'barri vell'; 'barrio viejo'; 'girona'; 'elsemiguel'
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