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Euskalduna Palace - Bilbao
Northern Spain

El Palacio Euskalduna de Bilbao es un centro de convenciones, congresos y espectáculos. Es un edificio terminado en 1999 obra de los arquitectos Federico Soriano y Dolores Palacios.

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