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Séneca. Escultura en la Puerta de Almodóvar de Córdoba.

Autor:Rafaelji. Cámara digital de 4'3 megapíxels. Tomada el 21-8-2004

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Author The original uploader was Rafaelji at Spanish Wikipedia.


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  • 2004-08-23 18:02 Rafaelji 376×500×8 (68003 bytes) Séneca

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