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Waiting for President Clinton

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Petra in the centre of Mallorca, Spain, is the birth place of the Mallorcan missionary, Fray Junípero Serra. Serra is considered the Founding Father of California, USA. In July 1997, William Jefferson Clinton, then President of the US of A, was on a visit in Spain. He also came to visit the Spanish King, who holidayed in Mallorca. Clinton had made a promise to the Mallorcan folks on a previous visit, that he would pay a visit to Petra and to the house where Junípero Serra was supposedly born. Well, the people of Petra are still waiting for that visit.

The photo was chosen from my archive. It was taken in the village of Petra, Mallorca, inside the house where Junípero Serra supposedly was born. The date: May 5th, 2007. The time was 13:12:00.

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