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Valencia's beaches prepare for tourism after pandemic

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Valencia, May 22 (EFE), (Camera: Raquel Segura).- Valencia's beaches get ready for a very different summer season due to the coronavirus pandemic. FOOTAGE OF BEACHES IN VALENCIA.

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