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Panoramic photo by Soufiane El Kadaoui Taken 16:48, 28/05/2014 (Casablanca) - Views loading...

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Sotolasa's Cave

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Cette grotte est une des plusieurs grottes crée par les Espagnols pandant leur occupation de la ville de Nador, Pour l'extraction des minéraux sur tout le Fer dont cet region est riche.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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