Fisher Boats Harbour
In the Mallorcan tradidion, the fishermen arrive to Puerto Pesquero and they sell their fishes in the harbour to the market sellers. This picture is from Palma Traditional Pesquero where you can see the boats, the nets and some more fishing material. Near to this is the renewed neighborhood of "Santa Catalina" where fishermen families used to live.
Copyright: マヨルカ
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Resolution: 5504x2752
Uploaded: 12/08/2013
Updated: 04/04/2014


Tags: fishermen; harbour in palma; mallorca coast
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