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The Cap de Creus
Spain

Das Cap de Creus ist eine Halbinsel am östlichen Ende der Pyrenäen, sozusagen der letzte Gipfel dieses Gebirges und damit der östlichste Punkt Spaniens.

Es besteht hauptsächlich aus tafoni-erodierten Felsen mit spärlichem Bewuchs und äußerst vielfältiger Geologie. Man findet dort skurrile Figuren, große Glimmer-Kristalle, dicke Quarzadern, kleine Höhlen und noch vieles mehr, umgeben von kristallklaren tükisenen Buchten.

Die Landschaft ist so fremdartig, daß 1970 dort der in Patagonien spielende Film "Das Licht am Ende der Welt" gedreht wurde. Das Panorama wurde an exakt dem gleichen Ort fotografiert an dem damals der Film-Leuchtturm stand.

Copyright: Erik Krause
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 15/06/2007
Hochgeladen: 13/02/2009
Aktualisiert: 30/09/2014
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Tags: cap de creus; cap creus; katalonien; spanien; mittelmeer; pyrenäen; cadaques; licht am ende der welt; cap de creus; cap creus; catalonia; spain; mediterranean; pyrenees; cadaques; light at the edge of the world
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