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Calle Nueva Algarrobo
Spain

A sunny day in spain on Calle Nueva Algarrbo near the Rio Algarrobo in the costa del sol, the beach and sea are just a few feet away with lots of sunbathers.

Copyright: Parr photographic
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Uploaded: 28/08/2012
Updated: 20/09/2012
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Tags: calle; nueva; algarrobo; rio; beach; monument; spain; costa; del; sol; summer; sand; playa; sun; hot
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