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Plaza De Neptuno
Madrid

La plaza de Neptuno es el lugar de encuentro para las celebraciones de los títulos que consigue el Atletico de Madrid de fútbol.

Este equipo, que es de los de mayor antigüedad del fútbol español, y disputa sus partidos en el estadio Vicente Calderón.

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