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Port Marina, Benamaldena, Malaga, España.
Spain

Los jardines del Parque Maria Luisa fueron donados a Sevilla por la Infanta Real Maria Luisa hija segunda del Rey Fernando VII. el lugar señalado se conoce como la isla de los Patos,

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