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This webcam is currently assigned to carlospf. It was originally added on August 23, 2007 and has been viewed 190,799 times since then. The current picture above was taken 1 week ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently inactive. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 6 people.

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Webcam in Razo Beach

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Webcam en la playa de Razo

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54°F / 59°F
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A razó or razo is a prose explanation, written in Occitan, of the circumstances that gave rise to a poem by a troubadour or trobairitz. The word "razó" means "reason" in Occitan. In the "chansonniers", the manuscript collections of medieval troubadour poetry, some poems are accompanied by a prose explanation whose purpose is to give the reason why the poem was composed. These texts are occasionally based on independent sources. To that extent they supplement the "vidas" (biographies) in the same manuscripts and are useful to modern literary and historical researchers. Often, however, it is clear that assertions in the "razós" are simply deduced from literal readings of details in the poems. Most of the surviving "razó" corpus is the work of Uc de Saint Circ, composed in Italy between 1227 and 1230. A "razo" often introduced a particular poem, in which case it acted as a short incipit. On the other hand, the "razo" could have characteristics of a "vida" (a biography of a troubadour, ... Read more about Razo on Wikipedia

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