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Plaza Cort between plaza mayor and the cathedral
Mallorca

Plaza de Cort situated in the old center of palma de mallorca between the cathedral and plaza mayor

Here is the  located  the town hall (Ayuntamiento), with its  17th century facade, and the Gothic church Iglesia de Santa Catalina.

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