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Avila - Plaza Mercado-Chico
Spain

The PLaza Mercado Chico is surely not the biggest Plaza in Spain and in its size not anywhere near the big Plaza Major´s in the big cities such as Madrid or Salamanca, but its charme is amazing. It is not that crowded and nice cafe´s invite to stay in the sun and have a nice rest. A "must-have-seen" in Avila - for sure!

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Uploaded: 28/02/2013
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