Enchanted Town, Murcia, Spain
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Enchanted Town, Murcia, Spain

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The Charmed Town was formed by wind erosion on soft sedimentary rocks. It is in Bolnuevo, Murcia, Spain. The picture was taken on August the 25th 2010, at 12:05 h.

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