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The shell house
Spain

Salamancas unique architecture is well represented on this square with two of the most important landmarks: the shell house, and the church building of the private universtiy. The pink plastic figures and the neckties were a part of a contemporary exchibition in Salamanca.

Copyright: Rafael De Vill
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 11/06/2009
Uploaded: 16/12/2009
Updated: 18/09/2014
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