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Old hermitage of Magdalena
Spain
Old castle of Arab era. After the conquest in the twelfth century the old cistern was converted a chapel. From this place villagers created the city of Castellon.
Copyright: Antonio Pradas
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Uploaded: 10/02/2014
Updated: 04/04/2014
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