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Plaza cal font igualada
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Plaça Cal Font, Igualada.

Aquesta plaça està situada on abans estava situada una fàbrica tèxtil que és d'on prové el seu nom, està situada al cor de la ciutat d'Igualada a la província de Barcelona

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