Hondarribia's Kale Nagusia Street
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Hondarribia's Kale Nagusia Street

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A beatiful village by the sea. The old town is formed by narrow and charming streets and a main square. Here is the Church and on top on the street the former castle, nowadays hotel, can be seen.

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A: Plaza de Armas

av Lademanda manda, 60 meter bort

Plaza mayor de Hondarribia

Plaza de Armas

B: Hondarribia's Arma Plaza

av josu barandiaran, 70 meter bort

Hondarribia's Arma Plaza Square, on top of the old town, facing the former Castle of Carlos V, now a ...

Hondarribia's Arma Plaza


av Rodrigo Gonzalez, 70 meter bort


av Rodrigo Gonzalez, 160 meter bort

E: Hondarribia

av josu barandiaran, 200 meter bort

A street in Hondarribia's old town. This old town keeps the charm of ancient times with houses many c...


F: Hondarribia's Wall

av josu barandiaran, 240 meter bort

This Bastion is part of the wall that surrounds Hondarribia's old town.

Hondarribia's Wall

G: Hondarribia's San Pedro Street

av josu barandiaran, 530 meter bort

San Pedro Street in Hondarribia, a small basque village in the north coast of Spain. Two main feature...

Hondarribia's San Pedro Street

H: hondarribia

av josu barandiaran, 620 meter bort

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


I: Img 085667

av josu barandiaran, 630 meter bort

Santiago Kalea Street in the lower part of the town, a place where fishermen used to live in, some st...

Img 085667

J: Cockpit CRJ 900 at EAS airport

av Jose Maria Ocana Rizo, 800 meter bort

This picture shows the cockpit of a Bombardier CRJ 900 at San Sebastián airport. The sunrise comes th...

Cockpit CRJ 900 at EAS airport

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