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Plaza de la Constitución
Spain

En el centro del casco antiguo de Almuñécar, la plaza de la Constitución aloja al Ayuntamiento de esta ciudad de la Costa del Sol granadina.

Copyright: Antonio Campos
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Uploaded: 12/09/2012
Updated: 21/09/2012
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