Cape Sagres in Portugal's Algarve region was once thought to be the most westerly point of the whole inhabited world. It was also an important shelter for sailors who sought refuge until more favorable winds prevailed.
Scenics view of blue sea at Sagres, Portugal
Photo ID: sea-sagres-portugal-cliff-8175
Author: Jason Tinacci
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