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Church Street, La Torre de Claramunt
Spain

Vistes del castell gòtic construït a finals del segle XI, i al seu costat tenim l'església de Sant Joan Baptista, documentada des del segle XII.

Vistas del castillo gotico construido a finales del siglo XI, y a su lado tenemos la iglesia de Sant Joan Baptista, documentada desde el sigloXII.

INFO: www.festacatalunya.cat/poblacions-fitxa_poblacio-0828610007-cat-torre_de_claramunt_la.htm

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