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Datacentres might not look too exciting in themselves but they can crop up in some exotic places.
In April silicon.com rounded up the most interesting locations where datacentres can be found - including the Torre Girona chapel, in Spain (pictured above) which is home to the MareNostrum supercomputer.
The machine, ranked as 118th in the list of the fastest 500 supercomputers in the world, is used for supercomputing research into computer, Earth and life sciences.
Explore more of the far flung corners of the world that are home to datacentres in Photos: The world's weirdest datacentres.