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The Albufera Natural Park

The Albufera Natural Park in Valencia can be found in the town of El Palmar, some 18 kilometres south of the city of Valencia. The Albufera is the largest lake in Spain.

This is an area of great ecological interest in which several unique aquatic bird species can be seen. Many endangered species of considerable ecological value can be found here, such as the Spanish toothcarp and the Valencia toothcarp.

The famous Valencian writer Vicente Blasco Ibáñez immortalised the Albufera in his work entitled Cañas y barro, in which he portrayed the life of the society that inhabited this part of the world during the early 20th Century.

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