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Interior of the Fátima Shrine in Ourense, Galicia, Spain
Northern Spain

Interior of the Fátima Shrine in Ourense, Galicia, NW of Spain.

Designed by the architect Manuel Conde Fidalgo, the foundation stone was laid in january 1947, and the temple was inaugurated in May 13th, 1962.

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