National Geographic : 1928 Aug
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE PORT OF POLLENSA NESTLES BENEATH CHALKY CRAGS One of the most charming places on Majorca is this tiny village, a haven for artists. The bay on which it is situated is bordered by cliffs that in places tower abruptly to a height of 1,000 feet. ) National Geographic Society Autochromes by Gervais Courtellemont MONUMENTS THAT SAW THE DAWN OF HISTORY Similar in some respects to the prehistoric relics of the Stone Age found at Stonehenge in England, the taulas of Minorca were probably used as altars. They are usually surrounded by stone walls (see also illustration page 201).