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Almería Cathedral by Robert Bovington

The ‘Cathedral’ is one of the major attractions in Almería. It was designed as a place of prayer and of war, when it was built in the sixteenth century. This was because the shores of Almería were continually under attack … Continue reading

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Almería churches walk

by Robert Bovington I am not really of a religious persuasion but the ‘churches of Almería’ make for a pleasant walk. . A good place to start is the Plaza San Pedro. From the plaza, the Iglesia San Pedro presents an attractive … Continue reading

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Almería by Robert Bovington

I like Almería. I like its mix of old and new. It is essentially a Spanish city with a North African flavour. It is one of the most ancient cities of Andalucía. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks and Romans have all left … Continue reading

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Almería cathedral

The ‘Cathedral’ is the other principal monument in Almería. It was designed as a place of prayer and of war, when it was built in the sixteenth century. This was because the shores of Almería were continually under attack from … Continue reading

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