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Molí de la Vila, Capellades
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El Museu Molí Paperer de Capellades, està situat a la població de Capellades ( a 60 Km. de Barcelona, Espanya ) en un antic molí paperer del segle XVIII, anomenat “Molí de la Vila”, és un edifici amb una superfície de 2.200 m2 i consta de quatre plantes i soterrani.

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El Museo Molino Papelero de Capellades, está situado en la población de Capellades (a 60 km. De Barcelona, ​​España) en un antiguo molino papelero del siglo XVIII, llamado "Molino de la Villa", es un edificio con una superficie de 2.200 m2 y consta de cuatro plantas y sótano.

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