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Plaza Mayor (Main Square) of Salamanca, Spain (18th century), in its lit night glory. Salamanca is a university town, called the "golden city" because of the yellowy-red sandstone used in the construc

Plaza Mayor (Main Square) of Salamanca, Spain (18th century), in its lit night glory. Salamanca is a university town, called the "golden city" because of the yellowy-red sandstone used in the construction of many of its ancient and modern buildings.

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Date Taken: 04.2010
Date Uploaded: 11.2010
Photo Location: Spain
Copyright: © Mnica del Haya