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Els Calderers, Sant Joan, Mallorca, wine cellar
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Country state close to Sant Joan village, Els Calderers is dated from 1750. Perfectly kept building, furniture and gardens, actually it's a museum about the rural ancient life during XVIII and XIXth centuries in Mallorca. It deserves a visit undoubtely, there you can enjoy a lovely old decoration, the relax at a garden indoors with the sound of a fountain, the taste of traditional island meals and wine. In the image the original wine cellar as if you would stay there.

Copyright: Guillem Alemany
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Taken: 23/06/2013
Uploaded: 23/06/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: els calderers; sant joan; mallorca; island; property; mediterranean
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