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This is a very special photo.
It reminds me, when Jesus Christ came out the cave...
I took this photo at an escalator of the train station in Lleida. The strong light from above was very impressive.

Lleida (Standard Central Catalan pronounced [ˈʎejə] or North-Western Catalan [ˈʎejɛ]; Spanish Lrida [ˈleɾia], though officially referred as Lleida) is a city in the west of Catalonia, Spain. It had 131.731 inhabitants as of 2008[update], including the attached municipalities of Ramat and Sucs. It is the central city of the province of the same name.
Lleida is the capital city of the comarca (county) Segri and the province that takes its name. Its economy is mostly based on commerce and services, being one of the most important population and economic inland centres in Catalonia.

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