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Tarragona - Plaza Santiago Russinyol
Tarragona

One of the typical small alleys in the old town of Tarragona. With many sights, restaurants and shops walking through the old town is fun.

Copyright: Carsten Arenz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 18054x9027
Uploaded: 24/03/2014
Atualizado: 04/04/2014
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Tags: church; alley; old town
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