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Interior AlhondigaBilbao
Northern Spain

En el centro de la ciudad resurge, tras un proceso de transformación, uno de los edificios más representativos para la ciudadanía bilbaína: la Alhóndiga. El almacén de vino diseñado por Ricardo Bastida (1909) es ahora AlhóndigaBilbao, un lugar lleno de actividad para todas las personas, y con vocación de convertirse en un nuevo motor de ocio y cultura.

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Uploaded: 24/05/2010
Updated: 09/04/2012
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