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Spain's Square in Tossa de Mar
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Spain's Square in the center of the narrow streets that head to the medieval closed old village in Tossa de Mar. The beach is just about 40 meters far from there.

Copyright: Sergi March
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Uploaded: 13/11/2010
Updated: 05/09/2014
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Tags: beach; tossa; platja; vila; costa brava; costa; turisme
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