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Seville, Spain

According to andyeducation, Seville [se  i ʎ a], is a provincial in Southwest Spain, 10 m above the sea level, at Guadalquivir, 87 km before the mouth, (2020) 691,400 residents. Economic, cultural and political center of Andalusia with archbishopric, two universities (founded 1502/05 and 1997), various universities (music, art, architecture), seminary, oldest nautical school… Read More »

The 10 most beautiful holiday destinations in Europe

Europe has many tourist strongholds to offer. But if you want to spend your own vacation away from crowds and predetermined tourist offers, the following places are recommended. La Graciosa – Spain The island of La Graciosais only one kilometer north of the Canary Island of Lanzarote. In contrast to this popular holiday destination, La… Read More »

5 Must in Cala Galdana

Cala Galdana is a family-friendly resort with a long, beautiful beach filled with white sand. It is located on the south coast of Menorca in a bay shaped a bit like a horseshoe. The water is clear and turquoise to the color. In some places there are incredible rock formations that have taken on their… Read More »

Barcelona Travel Guide

The finest adjectives are loose when it comes to describing Barcelona. Here you can indulge in delicious food, look at magnificent architecture, get exciting experiences, and imagine Europe’s best nightlife. Below you can read everything you need to know when you want to go on a city break to Barcelona. Barcelona – Europe’s best city?… Read More »

Spain Religion and Languages

According to Countryaah, in the 9th and 8th centuries BCE, the Celts settled in the central and western parts of the Iberian Peninsula. Around the 6th and 5th centuries BCE, Iberian culture developed in the southern peninsula. The mix of these two peoples created the so-called Celtic-Iberian people colonized by the Phoenicians, Greeks and later… Read More »

Malaga Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Malaga Cathedral of Malaga Catedral de Malaga is the city’s largest and most important church. The impressive cathedral was begun as early as 1528. The cathedral also has a museum worth seeing. Open all week except Sundays. Opening hours are 1000 to 1800, except Saturdays where it closes at 1700. The Roman theater… Read More »

Madrid Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Madrid Madrid is not Spain’s capital for nothing. No more magnificent buildings or magnificent museums can be found anywhere else in Spain. Here there are attractions and sights for all tourists! The Royal Palace of Madrid The castle or Palacio Real is a Renaissance building in typical Italian Baroque style. This huge building,… Read More »

Extremadura, Spain

Extremadura in Spain Extremadura is one of the autonomous communities Spain. It borders Portugal and includes the provinces – Cáceresand Bdajoz. The region got its name from the name “Extremos del Duero” which was on German translated “Beyond the Duero” means. Landscapes of Extremadura Extremadura is quite a small region. It occupies only 8.3 percent… Read More »