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Monumento a los Fenicios, Almuñécar
Spain

Con una estátua de Miguel Moreno que representa a un hombre navegando, el paseo del altillo, en Almuñécar, ofrece unas magníficas vistas al Mediterráneo y se adorna con esculturas que hacen alusión a la historia de la capital de la Costa del Sol granadina.

Copyright: Antonio Campos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15000x7500
Taken: 15/09/2012
Uploaded: 19/09/2012
Updated: 21/09/2012
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