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Cathedral seen from Parc De la mar in palma

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Cathedral seen from the parc de la mar.  Pightarc de la mar is a popular hangout place for the citizens of palma de mallorca. It has numerous cafe-restaurants and often concerts are given in the night. From the parc you have a beautifull view over the bay and palma and the close by beach.

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