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Hasta mañana, Caños de Meca
Spain

Enjoying the sunset over famous Cape of Trafalgar at Los Caños de Meca in Andalusia, Spain. To the north you can see Zahora and the beach of El Palmar. To the south it's less than 100km to Africa.

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上传: 04/12/2013
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Tags: sunset; beachview; andalusia; spain; nature; ocean; lighthouse
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