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Castell de Calafell
Spain

View from the Calafell's castle from the XI century

Copyright: Apartments Costa D'or
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 7168x3581
Uploaded: 14/05/2014
Updated: 19/05/2014
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Tags: calafell; castle; city; town; near; beach; barcelona; tarragona; penedes; castell; castillo; catalunya; cataluna; catalonia; españa; spain
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