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Bellver Castle - The only circular castle in Europe
Mallorca
Bellver Castle is one of the iconic symbols of Mallorca and also from Balearic Islands. Built by King James the 2nd, has been used as a castle, a palace, a dungeon where they incarcerated and tortured prisoners and now more like a museum, an open space to celebrate concerts or weddings and others.
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Uploaded: 12/08/2013
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