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Puerto de Estacas de Trueba
Northern Spain

Panorama desde el Puerto de Estacas de Trueba, con una altura aproximada de 1130 m. A escasos metros se encuentra la frontera entre las comunidades de Cantabria y Castilla y León.

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Tags: "valles pasiegos"; cantabria; españa; spain; "vega de pas"; "estacas de trueba"; yera
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