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Es Baluard is the name of an old city fortress in Palma de Mallorca dating from medieval times.

A few years ago the ruined fortress was rebuilt and converted with tons of public money into a museum for modern and contemporary art. I had told you a few days ago about its one and truly spectacular feature, the old water cistern, the Aljub, which was converted into a stage for temporary exhibitions and specially commissioned installations.

Outside, at the museum entrance you can spot some impressive images as well such as these reflections of the seven sisters.

The photo was taken in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The date: September 19th, 2007. The time then was 12:55:14.

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