Peninsule of La Magdalena
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Peninsule of La Magdalena

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View of La Cerda lighthouse from the peninsule of La Magdalena, situated in the city of Santander. From here you can see the entrance to the bay of Santander.

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在附近的图片Northern Spain


A: Arboleda en el Palacio de La Magdalena

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处200远

Real Sitio de La Magdalena, fue un regalo en el aaño 1912 de la ciudad de Santander al Rey Alfonso XI...

Arboleda en el Palacio de La Magdalena

B: 360cities Palacio

摄影师Carlos Bacelo, 距离此处250远

360cities Palacio

C: Rough sea from La Magdalena

摄影师Panorama Llama, 距离此处720远

This is a panorama on a rainy day in the Peninsula of La Magdalena, Santander. You can see the choppy...

Rough sea from La Magdalena

D: Palacio de La Magdalena

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处720远

Peninsula de La Magdalena, con una superficie de 25 hectáreas, fue un regalo al Rey Alfonso XIII efec...

Palacio de La Magdalena

E: Playa de El Camello y El Sardinero

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处740远

Desde la campa del Palacio de La Magdalena podemos apreciar en primer término la playa de El Camello ...

Playa de El Camello y El Sardinero

F: El Camello

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处880远

En Santander, muy cerquita del centro en plena zona urbana nos encontramos esta increible playa de ar...

El Camello

G: Playa El Camello - Santander

摄影师josemlanza, 距离此处890远

Playa El Camello - Santander

H: Santander, playa El Camello 6

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处900远

Santander, playa El Camello 6

I: Santander - Playa El Camello

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此处980远

En Santander existen numerosas playas, una de ellas es la del El Camello, esta esta situada entre la ...

Santander - Playa El Camello

J: Santander - El Camello 5

摄影师Jose Manuel Lanza Herrera, 距离此全景1.0

Santander - El Camello 5

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