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Monumento a Mary Santpere is an odd but strangly cool monument along the famous Las Ramblas boulevard that we passed as we were wandering along arguably the most famous street in this vibrant city.
The monument is in honour of the famous Spanish actress ....More
This monument, located on the Rambla, is made in honour of Mary Santpere.
Mary Santpere Hernandez was a spanish actress.
Born in Barcelona 1. september 1913.
Died in Madrid 23. september 1992.
It is not a big attraction, but worth to know, when you pass...More
Date of experience: May 2016
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