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Spain. Mallorca. Manacor. Church Nostra Senyora Dels Dolors
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Manacor Attraction - Church Nostra Senora dels Dolors, located in the Plaza del Rector-Ruby. This church was built in the 19th century on the site of an old Arab mosque.

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