Gernika [Guerra / War 1936-1939]
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Gernika [Guerra / War 1936-1939]

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Spanish civil war (1936-1939)

Gernika. Bizkaia.

Calle de Gernika en el 75 aniversario del bombardeo.

Summer 1937-2012.

code: EUZBIZ001

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