Alameda Apodaca, of spectacular beauty, is a walk located on the walls next to the bay of Cádiz. It is one of the most frequented places in the city.
Its present appearance is due to the reform carried out in 1926. It stands out for the ordination of a succession of rooms decorated with Sevillian ceramics and wrought iron elements that do not impede enjoying the seaview. The design and layout of the streetlights on the balustrade are very well done.
In one of its halls, a monument to the Marquis of Comillas is located, designed in 1919 by Antonio Parera and Saurina. It is topped by a graceful winged victory, resting on a tall pillar, whose base is decorated with sculptures and reliefs.
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