View to the kathedrale of Palma de Mallorca from the harbour

Im Hafen von Palma de Mallorca befindet sich ein künstlich angelegter Hafenbereich. Von hier aus kann man einen herrlichen Blick auf die Kulisse von Palma geníessen.

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Uploaded: 12/11/2012
Updated: 05/01/2013


Tags: kathedrale; palma; mallorca; hafen
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