Cities of Spain

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    The cosmopolitan capital of the region of Catalonia in Spain is known for its art and architecture. The fantastic church of the Sagrada Familia and other modernist landmarks designed by Antoni Gaudí adorn the city. The Picasso Museum and the Joan Miró Foundation show the modern art of the artists that give rise to their names. The Museum of History of Barcelona (MUHBA) includes several Roman archaeological sites. The medieval roots of Barcelona can be seen in the labyrinthine Gothic Quarter. The overflowing central coastal promenade, La Rambla, is lined with cafes. To the north of La Barceloneta, a neighbourhood…
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    The capital of Andalucía is located in the south of Spain. It is famous for its flamenco dance, particularly in the neighbourhood of Triana. The main iconic sites include the ornate castle complex of the Alcázar, built during the Almohad Moorish empire, and the Plaza de los Toros de la Maestranza from the 18th century.
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    .The capital of Galicia is located in the northwest of Spain. It is known as the culmination of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route and it is the site where the remains of the Apostle Santiago lie. These are found in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, consecrated in 1211, whose elaborate facades carved in stone open to large squares within the medieval walls of the ancient city.
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    This port city is located on a promontory of Galicia in the northwest of Spain. It is known for its Roman lighthouse, the Tower of Hercules, which offers extensive views of the coastline. In the medieval old town is the porticoed Maria Pita square, surrounded by narrow pedestrian paths. In this square is the statue of María Pita, a woman of the 16th century who warned the city of the invasion of Sir Francis Drake.
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    This port city is located on the southeast coast of Spain, where the Turia river joins the Mediterranean Sea. It is famous for the City of Arts and Sciences, with futuristic structures, such as the planetarium, the aquarium and an interactive museum.
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    This industrial port city is located in the north of Spain and is surrounded by green mountains. It is the great capital of the Basque Country, with a centre full of skyscrapers.
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    This city of Galicia is known for its thermal waters, such as the Burga de Abajo, a neoclassical fountain. Nearby, the As Burgas Interpretation Centre investigates the history of the city's medicinal baths.
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    Madrid's nightlife is world famous. It is one of the liveliest cities in the world, in the sense that it is a city that never sleeps. Madrid’s nightlife is well known for its great variety and its wide schedule, it lasts all night until the sun rises! Madrid's nightclubs and pubs are open all year round every day of the week. While in most European countries the party ends around 3 am, in Madrid it lasts until dawn. Madrid’s nightlife has something for everyone, easily accommodating preferences, age, or nationality. In general, partying in Spain begins late at night. The…
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