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SEK Atlántico Infants Pre School

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Instalaciones de la Escuela Infantil SEK Atlántico Ubicada en la ubanización A Caeira, en Poio; Pontevedra. Desarrollo, estimulación temprada, bilingüismo y tecnología

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在附近的图片Northern Spain


A: Claustro del monasterio de Poio

摄影师Carlos Ortega, 距离此全景2.4

Claustro de las procesiones (siglo XVI), con una fuente barroca y una original escalera y la bibliote...

Claustro del monasterio de Poio

B: Horreo del monasterio de Poio

摄影师Carlos Ortega, 距离此全景2.5

 el mayor hórreo de Galicia en cuanto a superficie (el más largo es el hórreo de Carnota ) con una su...

Horreo del monasterio de Poio

C: Playa del Laño, Arén, Samieira

摄影师Antoska Montero, 距离此全景7.7

Playa del Laño, Arén, Samieira

D: Arén, Samieira

摄影师Antoska Montero, 距离此全景7.9

Arén, Samieira

E: Cala de Sanxenxo

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景12.9

Una pequeña playa dentro del casco de Sanxenxo

Cala de Sanxenxo

F: Playa de Silgar

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景13.9

La playa de Silgar o Sanxenxo, desde el comienzo llegando de Portonovo. Es una playa con bandera azul...

Playa de Silgar

G: Playa Baltar 2

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景14.2

Playa Baltar 2

H: Barcos en Portonovo

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景14.5

Una vista del puerto de Portonovo, en un día laboral del mes de Julio del 2011.

Barcos en Portonovo

I: Puerto deportivo de Portonovo

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景14.5

Vista del puerto deportivo desde la terraza del restaurante del mismo.

Puerto deportivo de Portonovo

J: Pasarela al Naútico

摄影师José Luis Eléxpuru, 距离此全景14.6

La pasarela que nos lleva al puerto deportivo de Portonovo con vista a la plaza de Baltar y puerto.

Pasarela al Naútico

此全景拍摄于Northern Spain, Europe


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Text by Steve Smith.