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Guadalajara Plaza de Santo Domingo
Spain

Guadalajara Plaza de Santo Domingo. En el centro de la ciudad, dispone de zonas de descanso con grandes cubiertas vegetales. Desde aquí se ve la Iglesia de San Ginés.

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Uploaded: 11/07/2013
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