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plaza de la Inmaculada-Santiago de Compostela
Northern Spain

Orientada al norte se encuentra la Plaza de la Inmaculada o Azabacheria que está mirando hacia San Martiño Pinario donde también podemos ver el Convento y la estatua de San Francisco.

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Uploaded: 13/04/2013
Updated: 23/04/2013
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