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TommyTonsberg's Atocha Railway Station pictures in Madrid, España

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ICYMI, TommyTonsberg [https://twitter.com/TommyTonsberg] publicado increíbles imágenes de la estación de tren de Atocha en Madrid, España. ¡Impresionantes plantaciones de palmas! Incluso tiene una planta de banano fructificante.[Tommy Tonsberg posted amazing images of the Atocha Rail Station in Madrid, Spain. Awesome palm plantings! Even has a fruiting banana plant.]


 

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Sanips

Uno de mis sitios favoritos de la capital.

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pindo

Uffff  !!!!!!....como han crecido esas plantas !!!!!

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GottmitAlex

Es increible. Magníficas fotos!

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RyManUtah

Q chido! Eso es una estación de tren que me gustaría visitar !  Deseo visitar en el futuro. Gracias por publicar! 

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