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Tarifa Tráfico

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noun - Tarifa Tráfico or Centro de Coordinación del Centro Marítimo de Tarifa (Coordination Center of the Maritime Center of Tarifa) is a Spanish marine vessel management system that is responsible of more than 500 kilometers of coastline that 20 merchant seamen control 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for the more than 320 ships and swimmers crossing the 14.4 km-wide Strait of Gibraltar that cross the Strait every day and the waves of immigrants that arrive incessantly to the coast of Ceuta, Melilla and Andalusia.

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