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Medina Sidonia bell tower
Spain

Medina-Sidonia is a city and municipality in the province of Cadiz. A beautiful 'pueblo-blanco'. The bell tower stands proud of the hill-top city and has far-reaching views to the coast.

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Uploaded: 27/04/2010
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Tags: medina; sidonia; spain; andalucia; andalusia; moorish; church; bell
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