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Paseo del Altillo
Spain
El paseo del Altillo es la parte del paseo marítimo de Almuñécar que se correspeonde con el casco antiguo de esta localidad. Recientemente reformado, el piso superior aloja el Monumento a los Fenicios de Miguel Moreno.
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