Spain

‘further beyond’, Spain, a country on Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, includes 17 autonomous regions with diverse geography and cultures. Capital city Madrid is home to the Royal Palace and Prado museum, housing works by European masters.

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List of Famous Spanish People
Spain

List of Famous Spanish People

List of Famous Spanish People, Spanish MonarchsIsabella I reigned as Queen of Castile, Explorer Francisco Vázquez de Coronado, novelist Federica Montseny, Famous Spaniards

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province of Malaga coat of arms and flag
Malaga

Province of Malaga Coat of Arms and Flag

Province of Malaga Coat of arms and flag, information about the history and details about the coat of arms and the Flag of Malaga with photography’s and facts, Province of Malaga coat of arms, Flag of province of Malaga, Malaga coat of arms and flag

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Malaga

Museo de Malaga

Museo de Malaga opened to the public in December 2016, becoming the biggest museum in Andalusia and the fifth biggest in Spain, the Museum was formed by the Provincial Museum of Fine arts, was established in 1913 and the Provincial Archeological Museum was established in 1947, The Museum de Malaga opening hours

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Sea Life Benalmadena
Malaga

Sea Life Benalmadena

Sea Life Benalmadena is an aquarium situated Benalmadena, Malaga in Andalusia, Spain, Explore the amazing underwater tunnels plus 36 displays including rays and giant turtles as well as over 2,000 creatures, Sea Life Benalmadena opening hours, Sea Life Benalmadena How to get there

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malaga cathedral
Malaga

Malaga Cathedral

Malaga Cathedral was built in 1782 on a former mosque site, the cathedral of Malaga is known as ‘La Manquita’ which translates to ‘ the one-armed lady’. The cathedral was consecrated on 3 August 1588, The interior of the Cathedral is influenced by the Baroque and Renaissance style, Malaga Cathedral

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Salamanca
Salamanca

10 Amazing Facts about Salamanca

Fun and interesting facts about Salamanca, the oldest university in Spain is located in Salamanca and the third oldest university in Europe, Facts about Salamanca, UNESCO declared the old city of Salamanca is a World Heritage Site in 1988, Salamanca has two cathedrals, Salamanca facts

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Sagrada Família inside view
Barcelona

20 Sagrada Familia Facts

Fun and Interesting Facts About Sagrada Familia Gaudí disliked straight lines and angles because they don’t often appear naturally. Instead, he based his design on the

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Alcazaba of Malaga
Malaga

10 Alcazaba of Malaga Facts

Fun & Interesting Facts About Alcazaba of Malaga The Alcazaba is the best-preserved Moorish fortress-palace in Spain. Alcazaba was used as a State prison. The Alcazaba

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