Town Bars (1)

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Location: Town

The El Mondo Bar opened its doors in the winter of 1981 and it is regarded as one of the oldest bars in the harbor area. The unusual decoration consists of walls filled with dollar bills, other currencies, caps, T-shirts and photographs creating a cool atmosphere.


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