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Beech forest in the natural park of urkiola
Northern Spain

Hayedo del Parque Natural de Urkiola (Bizkaia, País Vasco). El haya es una de las especies arbóreas más extendidas en este parque debido a sus condiciones climáticas con mucha humedad y abundantes nieblas.

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