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What is Salamanca
Salamanca is a town of around 180,000 inhabitants situated in western central Spain. It is the capital of Salamanca region, which is itself part of the province of Castile and Leon (Spanish: ''Castilla y León'').
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"Nearly all the attractions are within walking distance of the Plaza Mayor."
"Try one of the following bars: (all located very close to Plaza Mayor) Camelot, Puerto de Chus, Submarino, Moderno, Cum-Laude and El Sol."
"Some of the town's former glory was recovered in the 18th century, with the construction of the Plaza Mayor by the native Churrigueras, who were among the most influential architects of the Spanish Baroque."
"The narrow streets around the University and the Plaza Mayor, crowded with students, still preserve something of the atmosphere of the old university of Salamanca."
"You will no doubt want to see the Cathedral, the University [fine on quality, disappointing on quantity] the Casa de Conchas [House of Shells] and the fantastic Plaza Mayor but here are two places that should not be missed."
"It is very easy to meet people -just got to the Plaza Mayor, one of the finest squares in Spain and meeting point for the Spaniards and foreigners alike."
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