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Catedral de Snata Maria en Vitoria
Northern Spain
La Catedral de Santa María de Vitoria, conocida popularmente como Catedral Vieja, es un templo católico de estilo gótico situado en la ciudad de Vitoria, capital de la provincia vasca de Álava en España.
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