Plaza san vicente barakaldo
Northern Spain

Barakaldo es una ciudad que tiene la condición de Anteiglesia. Delante de la que se ve en esta panorámica, la de San Vicente, se desarrolló su crecimiento.

Copyright: Juan carlos m. cancela
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Uploaded: 22/02/2012
Updated: 20/03/2012


Tags: barakaldo; plaza; anteiglesia; san vicente; church
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