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Budia, Plaza de España, Ayuntamiento
Spain
Precioso Ayuntamiento porticado de la Villa de Budia. Esta Villa cuenta con una brillante y extensa historia. En el edificio de la izquierda del Ayuntamiento se exhibe una placa conmemorativa de la visita del premio nobel de literatura, el escritor Camilo José Cela, con motivo de su famoso viaje a la Alcarria.
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