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Muelle Astilleros Cádiz
Spain

Dock yards. You can see one of the docking bays of Cadiz shipyards and shipyard new neighborhood (land recovered from the yard by the city). We are in the new walkway that connects the two areas of the Park Celestino Mutis.

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Uploadet: 18/07/2012
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Tags: park; landscape; outdoor
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