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hondarribia
Northern Spain

This is one of the streets of the seamen neighborhood in Hondarribia, built on land taken away from the sea.

Fishing has been the most important activity of this village for many years. It is still very important providing a way of life for many men.
Ancient houses decorated in different colours are today renowned restaurants and bars.

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