The Marine promenade in Corunna
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The Marine promenade in Corunna

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Palavras-chave: marina, port, corunna, glass, window

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The old fishermen's port in Corunna is now dedicated mainly to acommodate sport ships. The houses around show the typical glass windows front of the Corunna houses.

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