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St. Peter's Church in Vitoria
Northern Spain

La Iglesia de San Pedro Apóstol es de estilo gótico del siglo XIV. Se encuentra entre las calles Herrería y Siervas de Jesús, de Vitoria-Gasteiz. Bien de Interés Cultural y Monumento Histórico-Artístico Nacional.

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