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Another street in Valdeverdeja

Although Valdeverdeja suffered a massive emigration in the seventies, the spirit of the streets is still untouched. Almost unpoluted, it is a typical Castilla la Mancha village with beautiful, lonely streets plenty of wonderful silences.

Copyright: Javier pascual
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