Tossa de Mar. Medieval Walls
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Tossa de Mar. Medieval Walls

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The walled town of Tossa de Mar is a pleasure for the senses and a joy to wander through its narrow streets go walking through the walls by an adapted path.

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B: Citadel of Tossa de Mar

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E: Meli In Tossa 2

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G: Tossa De Mar, Catalonia, Spain

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H: Tossa de Mar Medieval Fortress

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I: La Lluna - Bar de Tapes

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J: Tossa de Mar, Caller es Cars

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