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Plaza de San Felipe, Zaragoza
Saragossa

A nice corner at Zaragoza, located at the historic area of the city. Close to El Pilar Square. Narrow streets, cafes, old corners, a place to make a pause, to watch everything around. Sit down in an old cafe and watch life passing in front of your eyes...

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