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In The Photos of the Readers of La Vanguardia we can observe the light of the autumn sunset on the beach of Roc de Sant Gaietà, a small town with very unique architecture on the Costa Daurada, with a privileged location in front of the sea, in the town of Roda of Berà, in the region of Tarragonès.
Built on the rocks between 1964 and 1976, the initiative to build the Roc de Sant Gaietà came from the promoter Gaietà Bori Tallada and the builder José María Fortuny Rodríguez.
The main idea was to create a fishing village on the rocks. Inside, we can find, among others, the Luis Del Olmo radio museum, the Roca Foradada, as well as different areas of the Mediterranean and Spanish geography complemented by buildings of different styles, such as Gothic, Renaissance, Mozarabic, Romanesque. and Mudejar, the typical Sevillian and Andalusian patio, an architectural style from northern Spain, among other elements.
The evening light is dominated by the candilazo, a meteorological phenomenon in which the clouds in the sky show a wide palette of colors that ranges from pink to the most intense orange.
As part of the phenomenon of dispersion of sunlight, in the morning and afternoon hours, when the sun is closer to the horizon, the light that reaches the Earth is soft tones between red and orange.