Fuente de la Plata

Fuente de la Plata is a suburb in .

Landmarks in the Area

Estadio Municipal Carlos Tartiere, also known as Nuevo Carlos Tartiere, is a multi-use stadium in , .

The church of St Mary at Mount Naranco is a Roman Catholic pre-Romanesque Asturian architecture church on the slope of Mount Naranco situated 3 kilometres from , northern .

St. Michael of Lillo is a Roman Catholic church built on the Naranco mount, near the in .

Aida de la Fuente Penaos, better known as Aida Lafuente, was a communist militant who died in the Revolution of 1934 in after the repression by the Second Spanish Republic.

Iglesia de San Juan el Real is a church in , , .

Localities in the Area

San Claudio is a town situated in the municipality of , .

Bendones is a hamlet and parish of the municipality of , , Spain.

Berció is one of 28 parishes in the municipality of , within the province and autonomous community of , in northern .

Santolaya is one of six parishes in Cabranes, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of , in northern .

Santuyanu is one of six parishes in Les Regueres, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of , in northern .

Fuente de la Plata

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