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Cafe on Paza de Ramales
Madrid

Cafe los Austrias between a historic building and a statue on Plaza de Ramales, Madrid. Close to Plaza de Oriente and the Kings residence, this is a nice place to hang out.

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Uploaded: 05/09/2009
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