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Vista de la escalera de acceso a la sala de exposiciones de la planta primera del Centro de Arte Palacio Almudí, en la ciudad de Murcia. Es el antiguo Palacio de Justicia reconvertido en centro de arte.

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Uploaded: 02/04/2012
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Tags: museum; art; palace; architecture; murcia; spain; indoors
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