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Barcelona unfolds AIDS memorial tapestries in memory of victims

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Barcelona (Spain), Dec 1 (EFE).- Barcelona unfolded on Tuesday on the walls of the regional government building two tapestries in honour of those who have died due to AIDS, on the World AIDS Day.FOOTAGE OF THE TAPESTRIES.

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