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Located in the east of Spain, in Catalonia. The coast is identified with the Costa Dorada tourism brand. The capital is the city of Tarragona, home to the Roman archaeological complex of Tarraco, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Cistercian monastery of Poblet is also a World Heritage Site. You can explore it by doing the Cistercian Route, which takes in the monasteries of Santes Creus and Valbona de les Monges.
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