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Plaza De Armas Felipe 3 In Castle San Carlos
Mallorca

The inner courtyard, plaza de arrmas in castle son carlos. According to some historians, the name of the castle comes from the viceroy of mallorca Carlos Coloma

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Uploaded: 17/04/2014
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