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Sotolasa's Cave

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Cette grotte est une des plusieurs grottes crée par les Espagnols pandant leur occupation de la ville de Nador, Pour l'extraction des minéraux sur tout le Fer dont cet region est riche.

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Imágenes cercanas en Morocco

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A: Ouxan's pond

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 1.6 km.

Ouxan's pond

B: The weekly souk of Segangan

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 3.0 km.

The weekly souk of Segangan

C: Nador city, Morocco

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 3.9 km.

Nador city, Morocco

D: Gourougou's cliff

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 8.2 km.

Gourougou's cliff

E: Thazouda's Historical tour

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 8.5 km.

This is the Historical tour of Thazouda in gourougou's mountain, Nador city, Morocco

Thazouda's Historical tour

F: Al jazeera's Hestorical tour

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 19.4 km.

Al jazeera's Hestorical tour

G: Charrana's beach

por Soufiane El Kadaoui, a 29.9 km.

Charrana's beach

H: Urbana Fuengirola Puente 8601 Hdr Tonemapped

por Fernando Coviella, a 214.0 km.

Urbana Fuengirola Puente 8601 Hdr Tonemapped

I: SPAIN MALAGA FUENGIROLA ROLLER SKATING RINK

por Fernando Coviella, a 214.5 km.

SPAIN MALAGA FUENGIROLA ROLLER SKATING RINK

J: SPAIN MALAGA FUENGIROLA ROLLER SKATING RINK

por Fernando Coviella, a 214.5 km.

SPAIN MALAGA FUENGIROLA ROLLER SKATING RINK

Este panorama fue tomado en Morocco, Africa

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In June 2001 the African Union was formed, consisting of 53 African States organized, like in the EU, around common economic and political development.

Text by Steve Smith.

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