Faro Billano
Northern Spain
Asentamiento de cañón en la antigua línea defensiva de costa. Protegía la entrada al puerto de Bilbao. La foto se sitúa en el acantilado entre Gorliz y Armintza. Justo debajo del Faro de Billano que también se ve en la foto.
Copyright: Juan carlos m. cancela
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 09/12/2012
Updated: 18/12/2012


Tags: faro; billano; acantilado
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