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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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L'ANGEL (1904) És el primer monument dedicat a Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer. Està situat en el cim anomenat SES PEDRES LLUIDORES. A la base s'hi troba una àmplia escalinata i un piló de roques naturals. Al cim, la figura d'un àngel amb les ales esteses assenyala amb la ma dreta el camí de l'ermita i amb l'esquerra alça una estrella. El cos de la construcció té un relleu de pedra a cada cara. La cara que mira al mar, representa Nostra Senyora de Gràcia i als peus, el medalló de bronze amb l'efigie de Mn. Cinto. El monument fou projectat i dirigit en la part artística per Enric Monsardà. La part escultòrica ès de Federico Bechini, segons model de l'escultor modernista Eusebi Arnau i realitzat al taller de Joan Pujol. Lloretdemar Igersgirona Incostabrava Catalunyaexperiencie descobreixcatalunya elmeupetit_pais clickat enamoradadelmeupoble estaes_espania estaes_catalunia
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Ponte del Diable or Devil's Bridge. After the Romans had defeated the Carthaginians, the mighty Republic started to incorporate Carthaginian lands. Amongst these, we get the province Hispania, and "España" (Castilian for 'Spain') is derived from the word 'Hispania'. Tarragona is a city in the now Autonomous Region Catalonia (Catalunya/Cataluña), but Tarragona has a long history. It used to be the capital of the Roman province Hispania, and was then known as Tarraco. Now, let us talk of the bridge. Here is the story I was told by my good friends, whom are natives from Tarragona. In the old day, outside Tarraco, there were villagers who needed to cross the mountains to get to the city. Yet, one day, the bridge was destroyed. Out of nowhere, a man appears, The Devil. He says: "Overnight, I will completely rebuild this bridge, but only if I get the soul of the first who crosses the bridge." The villagers, somewhat reluctantly agreed. The following morning, as the villagers came to the exact spot, and saw the bridge in all its awe. Yet, having no sympathy for The Devil, they did not want to be responsible for someone's death, so they let a horse cross it. The Devil did not accept this, so the villagers removed one stone. Why you may ask? Well, now The Devil had not fulfilled his promise to 'completely rebuild the bridge', and no soul had to be given. Ancient Architecture Architectureporn Building Building Exterior Catalonia Catalunya Catalunyaexperience Catalunyaexperiencie Catalunyalove Cataluña Historia Historical Building History Roman Roman Empire Summer Summertime Tarragona
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