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Cap Canaille 3
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Le cap canaille designe le sommet de la plus haute falaise maritime de france ainsi qu' une des plus hautes d'europe.Du haut de ses 394 m,le cap canaille surplombe les villes de cassis et de la ciotat

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Uploaded: 13/07/2009
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