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Cerro del Castillo

Cerro del Castillo

It is known as Cerro del Castillo (“Castle Hill”), in Medina Sidonia, an enormous site in the process of excavation, located at the top of the hill on which the town sits. Archaeological...
It is known as Cerro del Castillo (“Castle Hill”), in Medina Sidonia, an enormous site in the...
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Cerro del Castillo


- Castillo de Medina Sidonia, Medina-Sidonia, España
It is known as Cerro del Castillo (“Castle Hill”), in Medina Sidonia, an enormous site in the process of excavation, located at the top of the hill on which the town sits. Archaeological works have discovered, at least, the existence of three fortresses in that same place. The new buildings took the place of the...
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Alameda Apodaca

Alameda Apodaca

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...
Alameda Apodaca, of spectacular beauty, is a walk located on the walls next to the bay of Cádiz. It is one...
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Alameda Apodaca


- Alameda Apodaca, Cádiz, España
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...
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Old Roman Salted Fish Factory

Old Roman Salted Fish Factory

The Old Roman Salted Fish Factory (Antigua Fábrica de Salazones Romana) was built by the banks of one of the arms of the old Bay-Caleta channel, in Cádiz. It remained active until the early fourth...
The Old Roman Salted Fish Factory (Antigua Fábrica de Salazones Romana) was built by the banks of one of the...
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Old Roman Salted Fish Factory


- Calle Sacramento, Cádiz, España
The Old Roman Salted Fish Factory (Antigua Fábrica de Salazones Romana) was built by the banks of one of the arms of the old Bay-Caleta channel, in Cádiz. It remained active until the early fourth century AD. It was organised around a spacious courtyard. Under the surface, a tank (aljibe) stood where graffiti of the...
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Former La Palma Spa

Former La Palma Spa

The Fomer La Palma Spa (Balneario de la Palma) is one of the most unique buildings of Cadiz. Opened in 1926, it replaced the traditional Baños del Real. It is a building made of reinforced concrete,...
The Fomer La Palma Spa (Balneario de la Palma) is one of the most unique buildings of Cadiz. Opened in 1926,...
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Former La Palma Spa


- Balneario de la Palma, Cádiz, España
The Fomer La Palma Spa (Balneario de la Palma) is one of the most unique buildings of Cadiz. Opened in 1926, it replaced the traditional Baños del Real. It is a building made of reinforced concrete, which has two distinct nuclei: the entrance hall, built on the wall (la Muralla) and the Spa called Balneario,...
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Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar)

Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar)

The Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar) in Cadiz was destined to receive and treat soldiers of the Navy. Made in Baroque style and rectangular-shaped, it began to be built next to the...
The Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar) in Cadiz was destined to receive and treat soldiers of...
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Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar)


- Calle Benito Pérez Galdós, Cádiz, España
The Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar) in Cadiz was destined to receive and treat soldiers of the Navy. Made in Baroque style and rectangular-shaped, it began to be built next to the Hermitage of Santo Ángel in 1667. It is organised around three patios with arches supported by white marble columns. The main façade...
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Arco de la Rosa

Arco de la Rosa

The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has undergone several modifications over time. The original access was made using a zig zag...
The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has...
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Arco de la Rosa


- Pasaje Arco de la Rosa, Cádiz, España
The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has undergone several modifications over time. The original access was made using a zig zag queue shaped entrance, enforced by a tower that today no longer exists. The width was expanded to allow...
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Arco de los Blanco

Arco de los Blanco

The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was located right beside the village’s castle, in Cádiz. To the original arched opening,...
The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was...
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Arco de los Blanco


- Arco de los Blanco, Calle Mesón, Cádiz, España
The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was located right beside the village’s castle, in Cádiz. To the original arched opening, different constructions were added. These transformed its original appearance. Its name comes from a family that rose, in the 17th...
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Arco del Pópulo

Arco del Pópulo

The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main access to the port area of Cádiz. At the beginning of the 17th century, the chapel of Nuestra...
The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main...
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Arco del Pópulo


- Pasaje Arco del Pópulo, Cádiz, España
The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main access to the port area of Cádiz. At the beginning of the 17th century, the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Pópulo was built before it. It gives the current appearance of a passage. The characteristics of...
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Baluarte de la Candelaria

Baluarte de la Candelaria

The Baluarte de la Candelaria was built on a projection angle of land in 1672. The strategic location between San Felipe and the fortifications near La Caleta beach meant a great improvement for the...
The Baluarte de la Candelaria was built on a projection angle of land in 1672. The strategic location between...
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Baluarte de la Candelaria


- Baluarte de la Candelaria, Paseo Alameda Marqués de Comillas, Cádiz, España
The Baluarte de la Candelaria was built on a projection angle of land in 1672. The strategic location between San Felipe and the fortifications near La Caleta beach meant a great improvement for the protection of the western front. It is the most ambitious defensive structure built in Cádiz in the second half of the...
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Ancha Street

Ancha Street

Ancha Street (“Calle Ancha”) is, since the eighteenth century, the heart of Cadiz. During the period of the Cortes of Cadiz in 1812, it became the gossip mill of the developing sessions,...
Ancha Street (“Calle Ancha”) is, since the eighteenth century, the heart of Cadiz. During the...
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Ancha Street


- Calle Ancha, Cádiz, España
Ancha Street (“Calle Ancha”) is, since the eighteenth century, the heart of Cadiz. During the period of the Cortes of Cadiz in 1812, it became the gossip mill of the developing sessions, as reflected in the work of Benito Pérez Galdós. Among others, the following buildings are worth mentioning: the Church of La Conversión de...
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