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Plaza de Sant Narcis
Spain

En el Barrio de Sant Narcís, La plaza da Nombre Que su. También Llamada plaza de la Assumpción.

Plaza Tranquila, donde poder pararse un rato a desconectar de la ciudad ruidosa.

Copyright: José miguel
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Uploaded: 14/03/2010
Updated: 01/09/2014
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