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Pico Del Loro
Northern Spain

This is a smal look out you can find in the gardens of the Palace Mira Mar. From here you can look out on the entire bay of San Sebastián that is called La Concha that meens See shell. Towards the east you will find the city center and the port. 

Copyright: Martin Duckitt
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Uploaded: 17/05/2009
Updated: 07/10/2014
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Tags: san sebastian ; donostia; basque country; la concha; placio miramar
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