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Peninsule of La Magdalena
Northern Spain

View of La Cerda lighthouse from the peninsule of La Magdalena, situated in the city of Santander. From here you can see the entrance to the bay of Santander.

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Uploaded: 30/12/2010
Updated: 20/08/2014
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