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Cap De Ses Salines
Mallorca

Der Far des Cap de ses Salines ist ein Leuchtturm am südlichsten Punkt der spanischen Baleareninsel Mallorca. Er wurde 1863 am Cap de ses Salines erbaut und ist heute noch in Betrieb. Der Leuchtturm liegt in der Gemeinde Santanyí etwa neun Kilometer südlich der Kleinstadt Ses Salines am Ende der Landstraße MA-6110 und ist mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln nicht erreichbar. Der Turm ist unter der internationalen Nummer E-0314 sowie der nationalen Kennung 33890 registriert und bestrahlt einen Sektor von 265 bis 116 Grad.

(http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_des_Cap_de_ses_Salines)

Copyright: Clemens scharmann
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Hochgeladen: 16/11/2012
Aktualisiert: 27/11/2012
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