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Betlem or Binialgorfa Hermitage, Artà, Mallorca
Mallorca

The old muslim houses called Binialgorfa were restored during the first years of the XIXth century, from 1805 the place is so called S'Ermita de Betlem(Betlem's hermitage). A small road and different walking routes arrives to this place starting from Artà and Colònia de Sant Pere, it deserves a visit.

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Uploaded: 19/01/2014
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Tags: betlém; binialgorfa; artà; mallorca; hermitage
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