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New TV series about first voyage around the world filming in Bilbao

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Bilbao (Spain), May 6.- (Camera: Jon Garai) Azkorri beach (Getxo) has become the scenario for the filming of the series “Sin Límites” (Without Limits), a superproduction by Amazon Prime Video and RTVE, which will become the Bay of San Julián of the Argentine Patagonia. The series, which will have a cinematographic treatment, is based on the adventures of Juan Sebastián Elcano and Fernando de Magallanes in their first voyage around the world. FOOTAGE FROM THE SHOOTING IN BILBAO

Added on the 06/05/2021 16:53:34 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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