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Monastery of Santes Creus
Spain

We are inside the church of this Cistercian monastery in Catalonia, listening to the Coral Lavinia of Barcelona in a concert. Inside, although there is a minimal decoration, there exists a pair of royal tombs. Beside us the Pedro III tomb, and at the other side the tomb of Jaume II.

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