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Plaza constitucion dos hemanas
Spain

Plaza céntrica tambien llamada "los Jardines", en la q se encuentra el Ayuntamiento y la Parroquia Santa María Magdalena

Mas info:

http://www.doshermanas.com/wordpress/2008/09/24/plaza-de-la-constitucion/

Copyright: Jose ortega schweighart
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Обновлено: 04/09/2014
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Tags: dos hermanas; plaza; constitucion; jardines; ayuntamiento; parroquia; santa maria magdalena; fuente
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