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La antigua fábrica de armas de Toledo (España), ocupada en la actualidad por el campus universitario tecnológico de Toledo, se caracteriza por presentar uno de los conjuntos mejor conservados y de mayor calidad de la arquitectura industrial realizada en España en los dos últimos siglos. Este complejo industrial que ha estado en funcionamiento durante más de doscientos años tiene su origen en un único y gran edificio, ampliándose su número, a lo largo de su historia, según van cambiando y creciendo las distintas necesidades industriales, dando como resultado lo que se denominará «Ciudad Industrial».
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