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Welcome to Vila-sacra.
Spain
Copyright: Pau Valiente
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Taken: 01/05/2009
Uploaded: 17/05/2009
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: vila-sacra; girona; catalonia; spain; empordà; ampurdán
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A field in Vila-sacra.
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Coffe in the backyard. Vilasacra.
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Vila-sacra south access
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The livingroom of a house in Vila-sacra.
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In the Kitchen. Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra's twin towers
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A wheat field in Vila-sacra.
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Vila-sacra roundabout.
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Castello d'Empuries Church, Spain
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Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries - Entrance
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Saint Mary´s Basilic Castelló D´Empuries - 3
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Sant Mary´s Balisilic Castelló D´Empuries
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Bluebells at Ashridge Estate, Chilterns
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On the big tortoise's back
Andrea Biffi
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
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Arena Polo at the Airport
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Cantabria suances05 1
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Organpipe National Monument
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waiting for the end
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The great Mexican dinner we had together in Tucson
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Suances, Atardecer florido desde acantilado :: www.CantabrU.com
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Panthéon and Foucault pendulum
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Kíla Live @ Vantastival 2010
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Terrazzina Two Beach at night, Sharm El Sheikh
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Peaceful protests in Spain for a real democracy
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Mas Gavtax - Pati de la Casa Petita
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Interior of the Don Justo self-made cathedral
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29M - Huelga general en Eapaña
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Kites flying at Juan Carlos I park
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Fachada de la catedral de Don Justo
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Coffe in the backyard. Vilasacra.
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Mas Gavatx - camp i hort
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A field in Vila-sacra.
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Sunset over the sea
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Enjoying the summer sunset
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Vila-sacra's twin towers
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