Es Caragoli On The Cami De S Arxiduc
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Es Caragoli On The Cami De S Arxiduc

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In 1867 the Austrian Archduke Ludwig Salvator visited Mallorca and loved it that much that he stayed. He built several large mansions such as Son Marriog and Son Moragues, but  he also liked to get out into the mountains. To make life easier he constructed a path over a period of 25 years along the edge of the cliffs with spectacular views down to Valdemossa and Deia. This is the Archduke’s Trail, the Cami de s’Arxiduc.

You can also see Michael Douglas's place from one of the spots on the trail ;-)

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A: Caseta Refugi On Talaia Vella, Mallorca

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The refuge was built by the Archduke Louis Salvador who settled on Majorca to provide shelter to thos...

Caseta Refugi On Talaia Vella, Mallorca


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E: Valdemossa Village

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Valdemossa, Mallorca, Spain, is a beautiful mountain village close to Deia on Majorca island. Many fa...

Valdemossa Village

F: American painter and archaeologist william waldren memorial

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This little statue is a present from" el poble de deia ( de people of deia) to the doctor William H W...

American painter and archaeologist william waldren memorial

G: Cemetery In Deia majorca Where The Poet Robert Graves Is Buried

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The poet  Robert Graves is buried in the church yard of Deia in majorca.The text on his grave stone i...

Cemetery In Deia majorca Where The Poet Robert Graves Is Buried


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I: Son Marroig - Mallorca - Spain - Europe

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Son Marroig - Mallorca - Spain - Europe


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此全景拍摄于Mallorca, Europe


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