Santiago de Compostela - Praza de Platerias
Northern Spain

This place is located on the south side of the cathedral of Santiago with a fountain in the middle of the place. You will reach this place by surronding the catherdal with many others and a lot of pilgrims.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2014
Updated: 31/03/2014


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