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Ticket holders celebrate with the winning ticket number 58.588 after the draw of Spain's lottery named "El ni–o" in Castelldefels, near Barcelona on January 06, 2010. Ticket holders in the town share out 2 million €. It means the top prize in the draw has gone to Barcelona for two consecutive years.       AFP / JOSEP LAGO
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