Ajuntament de Pallejà ( gener del 2014)
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Ajuntament de Pallejà ( gener del 2014)

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L'ajuntament de Pallejà va ser construit l'any 1890 però tenia la funcio de casa. Destaca la seva arquitectura Eclètica , però sobre tot les seves dos torres.

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