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Parque de la Victoia (Estanque y pérgola).
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El parque de la Victoria es la zona de esparcimiento mas céntrica de Jaén. Dotada de una arboleda frondosa, de variaa fuentes, un estanque y muchas zonas donde poder pasear o descansar.
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