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Iglesia de San Miguel en Vitoria-Gasteiz
Northern Spain

Iglesia de San Miguel en Vitoria-Gasteiz (European Green Capital 2012). Situada en la cabecera de la Plaza de la Virgen Blanca, acoge en su fachada principal una hornacina con la imagen de esta Virgen, patrona de la ciudad.

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Uploaded: 14/09/2012
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