Cabañas pasiegas en Ruyemas
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Cabañas pasiegas en Ruyemas

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Panorama en las praderas de Ruyemas, Vega de Pas, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, Cantabria. Grupo de cabañas pasiegas, típicas del lugar. A este valle de gran belleza se accede des de el pueblo de Pandillo.

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A: Praderas de Ruyemas

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Panorama en las praderas de Ruyemas, Vega de Pas, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, Cantabria. En estas...

Praderas de Ruyemas

B: Vista general valles Ruyemas desde Yera

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Vista general del valles de Ruyemas.

Vista general valles Ruyemas desde Yera

C: Camino a Ruyemas

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Panorama desde el camino que lleva a las praderas de Ruyemas. A este camino de tierra se accede desde...

Camino a Ruyemas

D: Valle de las praderas de Ruyemas

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Panorama realizado en las praderas de Ruyemas, Vega de Pas, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, Cantabria...

Valle de las praderas de Ruyemas

E: Puerto de Estacas de Trueba

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Panorama desde el Puerto de Estacas de Trueba, con una altura aproximada de 1130 m. A escasos metros ...

Puerto de Estacas de Trueba

F: San Roque de Rio Miera - Zona Pasiega

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San Roque de Rio Miera - Zona Pasiega

G: Vega de Pas

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Vega de Pas

H: La Vega de Pas, Cantabria

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La Vega de Pas, Cantabria

I: Vega de Pas, Cantabria

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Vega de Pas, Cantabria

J: San Roque de Rio Miera - Cabaña Pasiega

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San Roque de Rio Miera - Cabaña Pasiega

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