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La roca de Sa Palomera
Spain

This pano had been captured at the begining of Sep 2012 in Blanes, Spain. Blanes - is a resort town in the region Costa Brava. You can overview the Blanes from La roca de Sa Palomera - small rock in the midle of the beach.

Copyright: Andrey Gorlachev
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送信日: 13/11/2012
更新日: 09/10/2014
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Tags: spain; girona; Испания; Жирона; утёс; la roca de sa palomera; гора; catalonia; costa brava; beach; пляж; playa
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