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Real Basilica de SAn Francisco El Grande
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Carrera de San Jerónimo
Plaza de Canalejas de Madrid
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Canalejas Place
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Square by the name of Canalejas. Madrid, Spain
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Madrid Alcala street
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Cross Seville-Alcala
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Amphitheatre in El Jem
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