Renaissance Cathedral

Photo instructions for this city white mountain village of small narrow streets vantage point with its church and Castle of place Gibraltar will impress the visitors already from a distance. The rock of Gibraltar was an interesting area because of its strategic location for different rulers. The rock was captured from the Moors in the 8th century. Lucas vandenberg shines more light on the discussion. Only in the 14th century succeeded Spanish troops to conquer them, back to to lose him to the British in the 18th century. The rank British colony will remain while probably still long, because a recent survey of residents, to which country they want to belong, ergabdass over 95% want to be British. Since the 18th century, the Barbary macaques on the rocks are probably the main attraction of Gibraltar.

The British introduced the animals and lead since effort is doing these animals on the rocks. In addition to the rock you can visit caves and the British Defense tunnel. (the entry costs 11 euros per person and per car was approximately 2.50 Euro – 2008) The city of Gibraltar provides beautiful homes and shopping opportunities in its pedestrian visitors. You should not miss the opportunity of duty-free shopping on the Casemates square. Other attractions include the tip of Gibraltar with the Europe square and its lighthouse next to the Governor’s Palace “The convent” with changing of the guard, the Cathedral and the Church of St. Mary the crowned.

Attractions Gibraltar: rock with its Barbary apes pedestrian zone of St. Mary the crowned Anglican cathedral Holy Trinity Governor Palace the convent with Wachablosgung. The city of Granada holds many historical cities from the time of the Moors (from the 10 century onwards). The main attraction is undoubtedly the Alhambra. Should you want to visit this fortress with its gardens, you should order necessarily a day Internet entry cards before visiting about! The day tickets are quickly sold out at the Office and that is dangerous, that you need to go back empty-handed. Alhambra derives from Kala al hambra (red Castle) down. Red because its walls and towers made of red bricks were built. For 250 years the Nasridenkonige in the fortress lived In 1492 A.d. the city was given back by the Moors to the besieging Spanish. In the 17th century, the expulsion of the Moors then finished this historic chapter in the history of the city. Next to the Alhambra, the Albaicin district is with his prospect Hill a ‘must’ for all Granada visitors. From the top of the Hill has a good view of the city of Granada and the Alhambra. A further interesting area is the lower city of Granada. In this is the Capilla Real, the Royal Church, which was built by the Spaniards as a tomb. It is a imposantester construction to marvel at, the largest Renaissance Cathedral in Spain the Cathedral Santa Maria de la Encarnacion. But not only the town itself is worth a visit. The surrounding area has to offer many attractions. Most notable is the Sierra Nevada, which attracts with its snow-covered hills Hiking lovers. Sights of Granada: Alhambra district Albaicin with its prospect Hill University District (founded in the 16th century. Casa Castril / noble palace and today Museum Capilla Real (Spanish kings Tomb Church) Cathedral Santa Maria de la Encarnacion surrounding Sierra Nevada Malaga of the city many tourists only as Flughafenort will know, because the most holiday flyer of Andalusia control on the Aeroporto Malaga. The city has to offer but also a lot of things and should happen in your day planning.

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