The Ebro Delta, Tarragona, Spain. The Ebro Delta is the main coastal delta of the Iberian Peninsula with a variety of different ecosystems including lagoons, sand dunes, salt marsh and rice fields which cover around 15000 hectares. It lies in the spot where the Ebro river reaches the Mediterranean Sea at the northern point of the Gulf of Valencia. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Ebro Delta, Tarragona, Spain. The Ebro Delta is the main coastal delta of the Iberian Peninsula with a variety of different ecosystems including lagoons, sand dunes, salt marsh and rice fields which cover around 15000 hectares. It lies in the spot where the Ebro river reaches the Mediterranean Sea at the northern point of the Gulf of Valencia. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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