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In Cadiz, Spain
The city and port located in Southwestern Spain is the oldest one there is the country and one of the oldest in western Europe. The city, which is also the capital of the province with the same name, is full of historical landmarks that have been preserved through the ages cultivating its rich culture and history.
The historic gems in the city of Cadiz in present various architectural styles and pursuits but most of the more well-known plazas are of neo-classical and Gothic in nature. The narrow streets of the city are lined with beautiful plazas that are always on the good side of tourists, travellers and locals alike. The Plaza de Mina has remained visually intact since it’s conception in 1838 after some re-developments in 1897. The town square also house the Museum of Cadiz, to where millennium old artifacts are held with some artwork by Peter Paul Rubens, among others.
Other plazas that can be found in the city are the Plaza de San Francisco and San Francisco Church and Convent and the Plaza San Antonio. The latter is now considered to be the city’s main plaza with its neo-classical styled architecture and is now a historic site where construction is prohibited. The cathedral is located in the Plaza de la Catedral, with its mix Baroqu
e and neo-classical style. More plazas are the Plaza de Candelaria and Plaza de San Juan de Dios and the Old Town Hall.
Take you campervan for a drive and discover other landmarks and sights in the city, or go out of your way to see even more attraction is neighbouring cities and towns like Girona, Valencia and Barcelona.
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