The Costa Brava Insight

The Costa Brava Insight

The Costa Brava Insight

Girona, the capital of the Costa Brava region of Spain provides a wonderful destination to put your feet up and relax whilst taking in the coastal views. The Costa Brava Insight สล็อตเว็บตรง

Girona lies at the confluence of several rivers which enter the city through small canals. The city has a history that can be traced back to ancient times. It was founded in 734BC and around 1100BC it was still a part of the kingdom of López. During the Moorish occupation from 1271 to 1344 the city changed hands a number of times until in 1375 it was completely conquered by Atabaki the last Inc Sultan of Malaya. Atabaki ordered that the city become a Muslim territory, however a group of French travelers pretended to be Christians and gained control of the city. In 1558 Palma was returned to the rule of the Sinhalese and it was not until almost 200 years later that it was officially re-conquered by the French. During these 800 years Palma developed a strong reputation for being one of the finest Sinhalese cities in the world.

The city has become a major tourist destination, and whilst still having Muchada and eating space for all, it also has a number of excellent restaurants and superb hotels.

The Patio de los Naranjos (Hall of Orange Trees) is located on the right bank of the river Darro, overlooking the Torre del Agua. It was built in 1671 and comprise of a colonnaded hall with thirty-six columns. The space was intended for royal residence, the ceremonies and celebrations of which it has remained almost completely intact.

The Fortezza di Torre Del Agua was initially a section of the city wall, built to protect it from an Adriatic sea invasion. The northern half of the wall has been damaged by earthquakes, and the eastern and southern areas have been renovated to create a remarkable new section of the wall.

Piazza Pinacoteca de Palma was construction Glorsofto, coming between 1418 and 1617. The palace was intended for the use of the Spanish Royal Family during the reign of Alfonso III, but was never used as such. It has been used as a venue for numerous events, probably the most famous of which is the Sandwich Fair. It is open to the public, and during the summer months caters to a hugely popular gay and lesbian market. การสร้างผู้สัมภาษณ์ที่น่าสนใจ

The Plaza del Castille was built in 1729. The bottom section of the square is known as the Plaza del Fenopey (Place of Friendship), and the top section is known as the Plaza del Lago Park (Place of Lago Park). The harbour was considered the most suitable place to build a city port, due to the natural archipelagos that were forming a part of it.

In 1830, this part of the city was faced with a severe flood. The Spanish founded the New Town and then New Medina to be Fordyce in 1833. It is considered one of the finest examples of urban planning in the world.

Giardín Filipo, the outstanding 19th-century architect, designed the four principal parts of the city: the Old Town, Gothic Quarter, Modern City and the Barbès Quarter. He also designed many parks, swimming pools, beaches and the Vida arquitecturally. The city with its Gulf of Lances, Five dirty dens, covered bridges and hundreds of islands has been rightly labeled as the ‘Paris of South America’.

The Costa Brava Insight