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Mallorca Son Real
Mallorca

Im privat geführten Park Son Real auf Mallorca, an einem altrömischen Peilstein mit Sicht auf die Berge von Alcudia.

Copyright: Andreas Pfeiffer
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Uploaded: 14/09/2012
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Tags: ozean; mallorca; park; historically; peilstein
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