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Santuari De Gracia (Mallorca)
Mallorca

Auf dem berühmten Klosterberg Randa findet man drei Klöster. Zunächst erreicht man die Santuari de Nostra Senyora de Gràcia. Einem Schwalbennest ähnlich schmiegt sich das Gebäude mit einem schönen Blumengarten direkt an eine steile Felswand

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Tags: santuari de gracia; hill; mallorca; sightseeing; poi; randa
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