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Catedral de Jaén. Vista nocturna.
Spain

La Catedral de la Asunción de Jaén es un edificio renacentista en el que destacan la sala capitular y la sacristía. Su copnstrucción duró varios siglos siendo Andrés de Vandelvira el arquitecto que concibió su estructura actual.

Copyright: Antonio Campos
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