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  • Tarifa (Province Cádiz, Andalucia, Spain), view from the vista point Plazuela del Viento: the Strait of Gibraltar and the moroccan coast of Africa which is only 14 km apart. At the horizon, the mountain Musa (848 m) in the Rif mountains.
  • Tarifa (Provinz Cádiz, Andalusien, Spanien), Blick vom Aussichtspunkt Plazuela del Viento über die Straße von Gibraltar zur nur 14 km entfernten marokkanischen Küste Afrikas. Am Horizont ist der 848 m hohe Berg Musa im Rif-Gebirge zu sehen.
  • Tarifa, Cieśnina Gibraltarska

  • Fotograf / Photographer: Manfred Werner ( User:Tsui, Tsui at
  • Datum / Date: September 2004 in Andalucia, Espana

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