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Old tobacco Factory of Lavapies

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A: La Tabacalera Self Managed Social Center Madrid

by Juan Lamata, 10 meters away

Self-managed social center La Tabacalera is a self-managed social center: a space where theater, musi...

La Tabacalera Self Managed Social Center Madrid

B: The tobacco old factory of Lavapiés. Bathroom

by Juan Lamata, 30 meters away

  At some time it was possible to be gotten to think that the creativity as much scientist as artisti...

The tobacco old factory of Lavapiés.  Bathroom

C: The tobacco old factory of Lavapiés. Bathroom 2

by Juan Lamata, 30 meters away

At some time it was possible to be gotten to think that the creativity as much scientist as artistic ...

The tobacco old factory of Lavapiés.  Bathroom 2

D: The Tobacco old Factory of Lavapiés Social Center. Artist Audino Diaz at work

by Juan Lamata, 60 meters away

  At some time it was possible to be gotten to think that the creativity as much scientist as artisti...

The Tobacco old Factory of Lavapiés Social Center. Artist Audino Diaz at work

E: Terraza de la Casa Encendida. Madrid

by Juan Luis Redajo, 230 meters away

Terraza de la Casa Encendida. Madrid

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F: Terraza de la Casa Encendida. Madrid

by Juan Luis Redajo, 230 meters away

Terraza de la Casa Encendida. Madrid

Terraza de la Casa Encendida. Madrid

H: Tienda Antiguedades Madrid

by jose-ignacio-teran, 600 meters away

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I: Plaza Cascorro Madrid

by jose-ignacio-teran, 620 meters away

Plaza Cascorro Madrid

J: Casa Amadeo - Los Caracoles

by Jose Maria Ocana Rizo, 650 meters away

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Text by Steve Smith.

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