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main hall of the house of the cord in Vitoria-Gasteiz

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Sala noble de la Casa del Cordón en Vitoria-Gasteiz. Es una sala abovedada de finales del siglo XV, de estilo gótico, de planta cuadrada y cubierta por una bóveda estrellada policromada y decorada. En el centro de la bóveda el escudo de los Reyes Católicos.

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A: Ground floor of the House Of The Cord in Vitoria-Gasteiz

by José Antonio González Nieto, 10 meters away

Ground floor of the House Of The Cord in Vitoria-Gasteiz

B: Villasuso Palace

by José Antonio González Nieto, 150 meters away

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C: Courtyard of the Villasuso Palace in Vitoria-Gasteiz

by José Antonio González Nieto, 170 meters away

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D: Main facade of the Palace of Villasuso in Vitoria-Gasteiz

by José Antonio González Nieto, 170 meters away

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E: Vitoria-Gasteiz's walls

by José Antonio González Nieto, 180 meters away

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F: Iglesia de San Pedro Apostol en Vitoria-Gasteis

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G: Zona De Los Arquillos

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J: Iglesia de San Miguel en Vitoria-Gasteiz

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