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Verdaguer square capellades
Spain

Plaça Verdaguer, popularment coneguda com  Plaça de Missa, les fotos van ser preses un dimarts que és el dia del mercat setmanal que està distribuït per la pròpia plaça i pels carrers adjacents.

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