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Burgos is one of the towns in the Spanish province of Burgos. It is located to the west of Spain. Burgos is the 11th most populous city of Spain.
The population of the city is (in 2010): 53% of the total population of Spain
Location and Position
Burgos is situated in Spain’s La Rioja region. It is located in the west of Spain. The country code is ES.
Elevation: 555 m (1,829 ft)
Timezone: UTC +1
Location Distance: 793 km (487 mi)
According to the map below, the location of Burgos is (41.9988; -1.9975).
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Renuncio is located in a small village (Burgos) with over 500 inhabitants in the southwest of Spain.
This project is the result of a project developed at the University of Granada, and was designed to generate, and promote new forms of development and presentation of Knowledge and cultural identity of Spain, specifically related to the region, and the application of both Research and Arts and Culture, through the integration of these, and to project the process in a wider public as possible.
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When you were six years old, in a quiet hour of a Sunday afternoon, a friend of yours came to your house and told you a strange story. You asked him if he really saw it, if it was true. You asked about the lady, the man, the memories, the tears, the scary stories and the languages spoken. “Oh, but it is true,” he answered. “Yes,” you said, nodding your head and smiling, “I saw it, like a simple child.”
But as he spoke, something got hold of your heart. And now it is time for you to know the whole truth. Come, come, my friend, come to the house, follow the path through the park and follow the story.
Enjoyed a road trip here with friends to Llaima. When we arrived, there was a large group of Spanish tourists who went in a swim in the blue (Albujón). In the first row of the pool, there was a beautiful Spanish girl, who was about to go into the water. You asked me to photograph her with my new camera. So, I did, and a friend of yours of it.
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Julio García 28 febrero 2010 16:37
Los recuerdos de una noche alegre con ese misterio me gustan. Pero lo importante, lo que a mí me gusta es la mayoría del pueblo en vida. Mucha gente vive aquí, tiene sus características, tiene su barrio. Eso es lo importante, que hablen su idioma.
It was amazing!
alejandra Rodriguez 28 febrero 2010 14:28
Me gusta caminar al andar por la calle principal para ver algunas cosas. Olvidé de que había una playa dentro de la localidad. También podemos ver colores y brillantes.
Ruzibán 22 febrero 2010 10:19
Me gusta mucho la playa y viendo el horizonte inf
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Given his recent track record, Obama is probably the ultimate divider.
Back when he was running for Congress, in the wake of the 9/11/01 attacks, the People’s Republic of Massachusetts senator from Chicago was quick to criticize the Bush administration’s unwillingness to call bin Laden a terrorist and its nonexistent moral equivalence policy. “We are using a whole new vocabulary,” Obama said in 2002. Now, in the wake of the Bush administration’s aggression in Iraq, the senator from Illinois is pressing to push the limits of what is acceptable speech on the political scene.
I, for one, don’t want to hear that the United States should be talking like Iran. I don’t want to hear that we should just get out of Iraq as soon as possible, because I think this is a very difficult time in that country. I don’t want to hear that the war is good and the Republicans are telling lies about it. I don’t want to hear that we should just cut off funding to the war. I want to hear that we’re going to win this war. That we’re going to kill more bad guys than the bad guys are killing us, and that we’re going to be successful. And that’s what you should hear, Mr. Obama.
What do we know of the senator from Illinois’s idea of what he wants to hear? He has long endorsed a unilateral nuclear strike against Iraq. To the chagrin of the left, he has refused to condemn or even criticize the recent crackdown on political activists in that country. He’s called for the use of the National Guard in Chicago even though he could have easily called for troops to be sent there to quell the violence. And when it comes to calling the war in Iraq a crusade of liberation, Obama is a long way from the days when he said he would be “proud” to call the president “my commander-in-chief.”
He’s gone from being a righteous crusader against the war in Iraq to an avowed pacifist
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