Isla Graciosa, from Lanzarote

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Isla Graciosa as seen from Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. The Graciosa island, across from the El Rio strait, is the smallest inhabited Canary Island with around 700 inhabitants. It is part of the Chinijo Archipelago National Park, and cars are forbidden on the island. Just behind it the 2.7 square kilometer islet of Montana Clara, an important fauna spot, and behind that can be seen the northenmost island of the Canaries, Alegranza.
Isla Graciosa as seen from Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. The Graciosa island, across from the El Rio strait, is the smallest inhabited Canary Island with around 700 inhabitants. It is part of the Chinijo Archipelago National Park, and cars are forbidden on the island. Just behind it the 2.7 square kilometer islet of Montana Clara, an important fauna spot, and behind that can be seen the northenmost island of the Canaries, Alegranza.
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