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Trasera C Burgos2

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A: Trasera C Burgos1

by mikelmgm, 10 meters away

Trasera C Burgos1

B: Trasera C Burgos

by mikelmgm, 20 meters away

Trasera C Burgos

C: Burgos - Cathedral Golden Stairs

by Carsten Arenz, 20 meters away

This is a panorama in front of the golden stairs inside the cathedral of Burgos. The whole cathedral ...

Burgos - Cathedral Golden Stairs

D: Parte Trasera C Burgos

by mikelmgm, 30 meters away

Parte Trasera C Burgos

E: Burgos - Cathedral Main Retable

by Carsten Arenz, 40 meters away

This panorama was taken in the middle of the cathedral right under the cupola. In one direction you c...

Burgos - Cathedral Main Retable

F: Catedral De Burgos

by mikelmgm, 60 meters away

Catedral De Burgos

G: Burgos - Cathedral Main Sacristy

by Carsten Arenz, 70 meters away

The main sacristy of the cathedral of Burgos is nicely decorated and ornamented all over the ceiling....

Burgos - Cathedral Main Sacristy

H: Burgos - Cathedral Chapel of the Condestables

by Carsten Arenz, 80 meters away

One of the chapels inside the Burgos cathedral. In this one the Condestable (general) Pedro Fernandez...

Burgos - Cathedral Chapel of the Condestables

I: Mgm5066 Panorama

by mikelmgm, 80 meters away

Mgm5066 Panorama

J: Burgos - Plaza Rey San Fernando at Night

by Carsten Arenz, 110 meters away

The Plaza Rey San Fernando is the main square in front of the remarkable cathedral of Burgos.

Burgos - Plaza Rey San Fernando at Night

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