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Barranco at the main park of Barranco (wl)

Bohemian
- You can use bohemian to describe artistic people who live in an unconventional way.
Resort
- a place to which many people go for recreation, rest, etc
Aristocracy
- a privileged class of people usually of high birth; the nobility
Beach
- A beach is an area of sand or stones beside the sea.
Yacht club
- an organization of yachtsmen and yachtswomen for the purpose of encouraging and directing the sport of yachting
Ravine
- a deep narrow steep-sided valley, esp one formed by the action of running water
cliff
Bridge
- A bridge is a structure that is built over a railway, river, or road so that people or vehicles can cross from one side to the other.
Architectural
- relating to the design and construction of buildings.




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resort
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Definition of
aristocracy
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Definition of
beach
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Definition of
yacht club
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Definition of
ravine
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Definition of
bridge
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Definition of
architectural
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