The beach of Cape Trafalgar, is located in the municipality of Barbate, Cadiz province in Spain.
The name "Cape Trafalgar" has its origin in Arabic taraf al-gharb, meaning Cape of the West, and is mostly known for the naval battle that took place there between Franco-Spanish forces and the British Navy in October 21, 1805, won by the British.
This victory gave origin to the name of one of the squares more London tourist "Trafalgar Square" and where we celebrate annually this British victory.
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carlo62 (12582) 2012-07-17 1:23
un bellissimo invito a camminare su questa passerella per arrivare fino allo splendido mare, forse oggi pił frequentato.
Bella composizione e bella luce.
rasterman (99) 2012-07-17 1:24
Great place this Cape Trafalgar. I was there this summer and it's a place you should not miss.
Great composition, with this curved wooden passage.
Great lights and colors (lovely blue sea, it's something I really loved from Trafalgar's beach).
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- Date Taken: 2012-04-23
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- Camera: FujiFilm FinePix HS20 EXR, Fujinon 30X / 24-700 mm Eq. f.8-6.6, Hoya PRO1 Digital Circular PL
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- Date Submitted: 2012-07-17 1:17