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a view of Cape Carbon from Black Point Cornice
Algeria

The majestic cape Carbon is 240 meters high with a lighthouse of maritime signaling dating from 1889 with a range of 35 nautical miles. The cape is linked to the massif of mount Gouraya by a pertuis. Coming from the aiguades by the Black Point cornice, a splendid view over the creeks of the pertuis is offer to hikers.

Copyright: Mustapha Sadji
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Uploaded: 27/07/2012
Atualizado: 16/10/2014
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Tags: nature; sea; cape; carbon; lighthouse; creek; pertuis
  • Monika over 1 year ago
    Soo beauty ..like every time which i see at last ..
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