Cadiz Miscellany, Pt. 2

We are about to leave our little home in Spain. Cadiz is one of the oldest cities in Europe with a long and rich history. Here are some maps I’ve encountered. Please scroll down for more…

 

Pix of the kids’ schools (Jose Celestino Mutis Primary & Cornelio Balbo Secondary)…

 

Cadiz architecture, old and what about the new stuff…?

 

The streets of Cadiz (one from above in Torre Tavira and a promotional shot of Bicis Naranjas)…

 

A couple shots inside our favorite apartment (of three), more sculptural monuments, and miscellaneous beauty (sunrise, sunset)…

One thought on “Cadiz Miscellany, Pt. 2

  1. Maps!!!!! If there were more maps, my response rate would most likely increase 🙂 I do have a question about the maps, and specifically the one that shows a “canal?” that almost cuts almost all the way through the middle of the Cadixian peninsula. How long is that canal in reality because the newer maps don’t show it? What’s it’s purpose? Again, I never knew that Cadiz was the perfect port for the Spanish sailors bringing back all their loot from the new world. So, thank you for the history lesson…and the maps!
    Onward to Morocco…temperature 70.

    -From 40 degree El, should be La, Granada …fa la la

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