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Valdemossa Port

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Valdemosa Port in Mallorca. Mallorca (also known in english as Majorca), known as one of the most beautiful and exotic spanish islands. Mallorca is the largest island of Spain and is located in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is a very popular tourist destination.

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