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Cala Rafeubetx, Mallorca, sunset from the old military base
Mallorca

A panoramic image taken from an old coast battery placed on the closed military base called Cala Figuera. This is an outstanding natural area that was used as military zone until 1996, nowadays it's possible for the visitors to get inside, large paths drive walkers between El Toro, Portals Vells beach and Son Ferrer residential area. Fantastic coast views to be enjoyed on the way, seagulls have their little paradise on the steep. This bay placement is called Cala Rafeubetx.

Copyright: Guillem Alemany
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Resolution: 7720x3860
Uploaded: 19/08/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: military; base; sunset; mallorca; calvia; sea; bunker
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