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El Medol quarry
Spain

Quarry of roman age, you can see the spectacular monolith rising to a hight of 16 m.( its a testymony to the pit´s original heigt)

Copyright: Manuel Gine
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11000x5500
Taken: 24/02/2009
Uploaded: 25/02/2009
Updated: 28/02/2015
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Tags: cantera romana; cantera; imperial tarraco; tarragona; quarry; roman quarry
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