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Catedral de Santa María de Tuy & Cruceiro
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http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catedral_de_Santa_Mar%C3%ADa_de_Tuy

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Tags: catedral de tui; cruceiro; san andres; tui; pontevedra; galicia; santa maria
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