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House of Joan Miro in Cala Mayor,Majorca
Mallorca

Interior of the House of the artist Joan Miro in Cala Mayor in Majorca,spain.  The House is after his death converted into a museum.

Copyright: Jan dolk
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Uploaded: 23/07/2012
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Tags: joan miro; art; cala mayor; sculptures; majorca
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