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Mercado calle feria
Sevilla

Mercado típico de Sevilla en la Calle Feria

Construido en 1719, ampliado 1837  y finalizado en 1925 es el edificio de servicios públicos mas antiguo de sevilla.

Copyright: Jose ortega schweighart
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Uploaded: 16/06/2010
Updated: 04/09/2014
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Tags: market; mercado; calle feria; sevilla
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Seville is the cultural, financial and artistic centre of Andelucia in southern Spain. Seville is also the capital of the provence of Andelucia and the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona with the population of the metropolitan area being 1.4 million. Seville has many beautiful sights, buildings, museums, parks and historical locations.