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Salamanca - Cathedral inside
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The inside of the new cathedral of Salamanca. It was consecrated in 1733 and its build started in 1513. The building style is baroque and gothic. The entrance is free of charge - so a must see for every visitor.

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Uploaded: 22/03/2014
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