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September 22, 2012
The narrow streets of Cadiz, lined by four-storey high buildings with windowed balconies, provide plenty...
Cadiz, Spain
The narrow streets of Cadiz, lined by four-storey high buildings with windowed balconies, provide plenty...
The narrow streets of Cadiz, lined by four-storey high buildings with windowed balconies, provide plenty of shade in Cadiz September 21, 2012. Its colonial streets appear unchanged from centuries past and are so narrow there's little room for cars, and most people get around on foot. Not as famous perhaps as other cities in the south of Spain such as Seville, Granada and Cordoba, and not as frequented by foreign tourists, the coastal fortress city of Cadiz is one of the country's most attractive destinations boasting a history of almost legendary proportions. Founded more than 3,000 years ago, it is the oldest city in Europe and was home at different periods to an astonishing variety of civilizations from the times of the Phoenicians, to the Greeks, Visigoths, Romans, and Moors, up to the modern day. REUTERS/
David Adams (SPAIN - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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