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Pirates! Pirates!

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This might be a bit of a last minute alert, but, did you know that the Great National Circus of China is visiting in Palma de Mallorca?

Sadly, today will see the last two performances of an enthralling show called ¡Piratas! ¡Piratas!, at 16h00 and 19h30 respectively. After all, they have been here since December 13th. Seats are still available for today, albeit at steep enough admission fees of 25 €, 30 €, 35 €, 40 € and 45 €. Discounts are granted for the under 14s, over 65s, holders of Tarjeta Joven cards, and wheelchair bound citizens. Children under 4 are allowed in free, as long as they do not occupy their own seats.

The circus is staged at the new Fira del Ram premises, on the way to the Poligono Son Castelló, coming from Plaza España.

The photo was taken in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The date: January 5th, 2008. The time was 14:13:09.

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