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Puente De Alfonso Molina
Northern Spain

View from the peatonal bridge that cross over Alfonso Molina the main entry to La Coruña at left it's the Carefour, at right it's Mato grande and in front of us it't the whole city.

Copyright: Víctor García Valdunciel
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