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The 12 meter sculpture by Jaume Plensa - sculpture of a girl with eyes closed, symbol of tenderness and silence. Loved it ❤❤❤
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Plaza Colon is a busy traffic intersection that is dominated by the very impressive statue / monument honouring Christopher Columbus, theres also a huge Spanish flag ,the biggest in Spain and the whole area is surrounded by some pretty impressive architecture. The plaza makes
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Plaza Colon is a place with history. It is dedicated to that great explorer, Christopher Columbus, whose name in Spanish is Cristóbal Colón. There are actually two different monuments in this area. There is the column to Columbus, which features a fountain at the base and a
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Excellent fan park, cannot understand why the authorities would close both fan parks 2 hours before match and have fans dispersed all over the city, no thought given to people that may have wanted to enjoy their evening without a footballing intrusion!
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The Plaza which is decicated to Christopher Columbus has two distinct areas. The first is the column and statue of Colon in the center of the road and the second are the concret blocks in the adjacent area . The statue dating back to 1885 is interesting and so too are the
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