A Christmas Morning in La Viliella
Northern Spain

Panorama taken the Boxing Day of 2010 in the small village of Vegapujin, Leon, Spain. A beautiful sunny morning after some snowy days let us enjoy this amazing landscape.

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Uploaded: 07/02/2013
Updated: 19/02/2013


Tags: leon; españa; spain; castilla y leon; valle gordo; fasgar; viliella; navidad; christmas; 2010; boxing day
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