Landmarks of San Sebastian, Spain

San Sebastian, Spain

The somewhat lesser known but certainly not less visited place San Sebastian is located in the Basque Country region of Spain. Because it is a bit further north than places like Seville and Barcelona, ​​it is less hot in the summer and therefore a bit more pleasant in terms of temperature. Donostia-San Sebastián as its official name is, is located in a bay and is known as a family seaside…

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Salamanca, Castile-Leon (Spain)

Salamanca, Castile-Leon (Spain)

According to Citypopulationreview, Salamanca is located in the western part of Spain. The city is located 212 km northwest of Madrid and is the capital of the province of the same name. Even before our era, a Celtic settlement was located on the site of the modern city. Under the Romans, Salamanca became one of the key points of the famous “Silver Road” – the road that connected the southern…

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Cala Galdana – One of Menorca’s Best Travel Destinations

Cala Galdana - one of Menorca's best travel destinations

The small resort of Cala Galdana is located on the lower coast of Menorca in the western part of the island. The place is considered one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island and is especially suitable for families with children or couples who want to go on a quiet love holiday. Cala Galdana has a number of hotels, restaurants and bars as well as a few shops,…

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Spain 2003

Spain Border Map

Yearbook 2003 Spain. In March, the Spanish Supreme Court banned the Basque party Batasuna on the grounds that it was the terrorist-stamped separatist group ETA’s political branch. According to Countryaah.com, Spain Independence Day is October 12. The party had already been banned for a three-year term in 2002, but now it was ordered to cease all political activities for good. The party ban was the first since the fall of…

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