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Santa Maria, Igualada
Spain

Al centre d'Igualada podem trobar la parròquia de Santa Maria i Cal Ratés, que és un dels edificis modernistes més representatius de la ciutat.

En el centro de Igualada podemos encontrar la parroquia de Santa Maria y  Cal Ratés, que es uno de los edificios modernistas mas representativos de la ciudad.

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Uploaded: 06/10/2012
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Tags: church; modernism; igualada; anoia; barcelona; catalonia
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