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Plaza de la Virgen Blanca

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Plaza de la Virgen Blanca Review

In the southwest corner of old Vitoria, this plaza is ringed by noble houses with covered arches and white-trim glass galleries. The monument in the center commemorates the Duke of Wellington's victory over Napoléon's army here in 1813. For lunch, coffee, or tapas, look to the plaza's top left-hand corner for the Cafeteria de la Virgen Blanca, with its giant wooden floorboards.

Updated: 03-12-2014

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