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  • 10 Amazing Facts about 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

  • 20 Sagrada Familia Facts

    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 swirling curves of nature. The construction of La Sagrada Familia has been funded by donations. The Sagrada Familia has lights all around it, so at night, it glows a bright…

  • 10 Alcazaba of Malaga Facts

    10 Alcazaba of Malaga Facts

    Alcazaba of Malaga is a Moorish fortress-place located in Spain, built between 1057 & 1063 on a roman fortress ruin and was used a state-prison. Alcazaba Facts

  • Alcazaba of Malaga

    Alcazaba of Malaga

    Alcazaba of Malaga is a historic palace and fortress built in the eleventh and fourteenth centuries during the reign of Abd-al-Rahman I by the Hummudid Dynasty

  • Almudena Cathedral Facts

    Almudena Cathedral Facts

    Almudena Cathedral Facts, Almudena construction began in 1883 and not finished until 1993, is dedicated to the Virgin of Almudena and was consecrated by Pope John Paul II and styled in neo-classical style, facts about Almudena Cathedral

  • 10 Malaga Cathedral Facts

    10 Malaga Cathedral Facts

    Fun and interesting facts about Malaga Cathedral, La Manquita was built between 1528 and 1782 and is the second highest cathedral in Andalusia, the cathedral has its own gardens and is styled in Renaissance and Baroque style, the cathedral is technically still unfinished

  • Museo Nacional Del Prado

    Museo Nacional Del Prado

    Museo Nacional del Prado is the most important museum in Spain, Museo Nacional del Prado collection expanded during the early nineteenth and twentieth century when other museums such as the Museo de la Trinidad in 1872 and the Museo de Arte Moderno and Museo Nacional del Prado received a number of donations

  • Almudena Cathedral

    Almudena Cathedral

    Almudena Cathedral is a Catholic church situated in Madrid, its the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Madrid, the Cathedral was built on the site of a Medieval Mosque which was destroyed by Alfonso VI in 1083, who reconquered Madrid, the church was built by Pope John Paul II in 1993

  • Food You Need To Try While In Madrid

    Food You Need To Try While In Madrid

    Food You Need To Try While In Madrid The cuisine of Madrid is a combination of various cuisines around the regions of Spain, due to the mass migration to the capital city during the 16th century, when King Felipe II established and grew the city, number of different traditions were all mixed together. Madrid’s earliest…