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  • It is name after the small chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Rose which stood atop it. Access to it was originally at...
    Zona:
    Centro histórico
  • This mansion of the La Rosa (Lasquetty) family was built at the start of the 18th century and it noted for the white...
    Zona:
    Plaza Catedral
  • The Plaza de las Flores or Flowers Square is a popular urban spot noted for the colourful stalls selling flowers  ...
    Zona:
    Mercado
  • The house is located near to the San Felipe Neri Oratory. At the start of the 20th century, the Mayol family...
    Zona:
    Diputación
  • The ramparts make up a semi-bastion, built at the end of the 18th century, as part of an ambitious remodelling plan of...
    Zona:
    Alameda Apodaca
  • This building was designed by the architect Juan de la Vega, and was opened with a ball where the guest of honour was...
    Zona:
    Plaza San Antonio
  • The building, dating back to 1801, was designed by the architect José Gabarrón and is in the Neoclassical...
    Zona:
    Plaza de Mina
  • This hospital, which was used to treat sailors from the Navy, began to be built next to the Chapel of Santo Á...
    Zona:
    Caleta - Castillos
  • Halfway through the 18th century, the Brotherhood of Charity began to build a new hospice, right at a time, the...
    Zona:
    Barrio la Viña
  • The building was opened in 1926 and replaced the traditional Royal Baths, a wooden amenity that dated back to the early...
    Zona:
    Barrio la Viña
  • The Puerto Elcano Sports Complex is a key sport-leisure facility of City Council to enable local residents and visitors...
    Zona:
    Avenida
  • At the end of Calle San Francisco, one of the most important streets of the old town, there is the square of the same...
    Zona:
    Plaza San Francisco
  • Count O’Reilly, the governor of Cadiz at the end of the 18th century, was the driving force behind the...
    Zona:
    Alameda Apodaca
  • The street is also known as Calle de la Palma and is the main thoroughfare of the working class  La Viña (...
    Zona:
    Barrio la Viña
  • Located on the site of the former vegetable garden of the Franciscan Monastery, the square was developed halfway...
    Zona:
    Plaza de Mina
  • Since the 18th century, the street known as Calle Ancha has been the hub of the city.  At the time of the 1812...
    Zona:
    Plaza San Antonio

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