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Zahara - Andalusia - Plaza
Spain

Zahara is a wonderful small village with white houses and his artificial lake Zahara-El Gastor. In the inner city you can see the baroque church Santa Maria de la Mesa from the 17. century. Zahara is 124 km away from Cadiz.

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