Playa de las moreras - Valladolid
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全景摄影师 David Cardeñosa 日期和时间 08:50, 09/04/2012 - Views loading...


Playa de las moreras - Valladolid

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The Pisuerga river and its beach, Playa de las moreras. (Valladolid).

Close to the oldest bridge in Valladolid, Puente mayor, and the highest building of Valladolid "Edificio duque de Lerma".

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