Plaza Mayor in Palma de Mallorca
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Plaza Mayor in Palma de Mallorca

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A: Palma Placa Major

by olaf-vernunft, 10 meters away

In the centre of Palma (Mallorca) you find the Placa Major. 

Palma Placa Major

B: Plaza Major - Palma de Mallorca Downtown

by Majorca, 10 meters away

Plaza Major is one of the main squares to walk across in Palma center. Surrounded by shops and restau...

Plaza Major - Palma de Mallorca Downtown

C: Mallorca, Palma, Plaza Major

by Frank Ellmerich, 10 meters away

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D: Plaza Mayor near the cathedral, palma´s real center

by jan dolk, 30 meters away

Narrow streets lead to Plaza mayor which was once the offices of the inquisition. Now you will find h...

Plaza Mayor near the cathedral, palma´s real center

E: Plaza Major de Palma - Gate

by Christian, 30 meters away

Plaza Major de Palma - Gate

F: Calle de Riera, Palma de Mallorca

by Michael Pop, 130 meters away

Calle de Riera, Palma de Mallorca

G: Candy Store in Palma de Mallorca

by Michael Pop, 160 meters away

Candy Store in Palma de Mallorca

H: La Rambla, Palma de Mallorca

by Michael Pop, 180 meters away

La Rambla, Palma de Mallorca

I: Sant Felip Neri school and church, Palma de Mallorca

by Guillem Alemany, 210 meters away

The oratory and school of San Felipe Neri, dated from the XVII century

Sant Felip Neri school and church, Palma de Mallorca

J: La Mercé church and square, Palma de Mallorca

by Guillem Alemany, 230 meters away

This is the church built by the catholic order of La Merced, nowadays placed on this little square wi...

La Mercé church and square, Palma de Mallorca

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