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Market Day 2
Spain

A la Plaça Sant Jaume podem trobar l'antiga casa Ubach, Aquest habitatge, que data de 1852, és un exemple més de les construccions que dins dels cànons neoclàssics es van construir a la vila de Capellades.

En la Plaza Sant Jaume podemos encontrar la antigua casa Ubach, Esta vivienda, que data de 1852, es un ejemplo más de las construcciones que dentro de los cánones neoclásicos se construyeron en la villa de Capellades.

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