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Raimundus Lullus

Ramon Llull (also Raimundus Lullus or Raimundo Lulio) is probably one of the most important figures in Mallorcan history. I have blogged about him already, in my entry dated November 28th, 2007.

A statue in his honour greets us as we come into Palma de Mallorca from the Llucmajor motorway, past the GESA building, at the turn-off into Antoní Maura. Ramon Llull spoke Latin, Catalan and Arabic and fittingly, the statue greets us in those three languages, plus Spanish, of course.

The photo was taken in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: June 17th, 2008. The time was 13:36:34.

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