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Ferrocarril de Sóller - Sóller Railway Station
Mallorca

Wikipedia:

Sóller Railway Station on the other hand is much larger, developed from a fortified house dating from 1606, Ca'n Mayol. The station is also home to the tram which runs from Sóller to Port de Sóller and (inside the building) a museum dedicated to the works of Picasso and Joan Miró.

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