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Las fiestas de Santa Tecla 2009 by Michael Kolchesky
Tarragona
Part of a colection of 360 virtual about the festival in Tarragona, Catalunña, Spain - Las Fiestas de Santa Tecla, a culture travel in the tradition and culture. Photos made by Michael Kolchesky - www.michaelstduio.net/tecla
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