Gibraltar

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Gibraltar Princess Anne’s Battery

Constructed on Willis’s Plateau, this is the only intact battery of 5.25 inch AA guns anywhere in the world. The name has been a source of confusion in that most people refer to the battery as Princess Caroline’s Battery because access is via the junction with Willis’s Road alongside Princess Caroline’s Battery (which houses the […]

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Gibraltar Princess Caroline’s Battery and Military Heritage Centre

This is a small exhibit in the underground facilities at Princess Caroline’s Battery. The exhibit contains artefacts from the Battery as well as a Memorial Chamber containing the Roll Call of the Regiments that have served in Gibraltar since 1704. The Military Heritage Centre is housed in a decommissioned battery known as Princess Caroline’s Battery, […]

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Gibraltar Great Siege Tunnels

During the Great Siege (1779-1783) work started on a series of tunnels which are an impressive part of Gibraltar’s military heritage. In 1779 France and Spain made an all out attempt to recapture the Rock from the British. It was to be the 14th and longest Siege in the entire history of the Rock and […]

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Gibraltar Lower St Michael’s Cave

Whilst blasting an alternative entrance to St. Michael’s Cave in 1942, a further series of deeply descending chambers ending in a mini lake were discovered and named Lower St Michael’s Cave. Guided visits to this cave must be arranged independently. Lower St. Michael’s Cave was discovered in 1942, accidentally, whilst blasting a second entrance at […]

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Gibraltar St Michael’s Cave

This cave has interested visitors to Gibraltar ever since the Romans. The cave consists of many passages with impressive displays of rock formations. The massive Cathedral Cave is the focal point for visitors. St Michael’s Cave has interested visitors to Gibraltar ever since the Romans. The cave consists of many passages with impressive displays of […]

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Gibraltar O’Hara’s Battery

The massive 9.2 inch gun at O’Hara’s Battery has a range of 16 miles which effectively closes the gap between Europe and Africa. This battery and its underground facilities can be visited by arrangement with the Gibraltar Tourist Board. O’Hara’s Battery is high on the southern ridge of Gibraltar. With a range of 29,000 yards, […]

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Gibraltar Jews Gate

The Pillars of Hercules monument is located here. The views across to Africa are spectacular on a clear day. The famous Mediterranean Steps walk ends or starts here, depending on which way you are going. This area known as Jews Gate is where the main ticket booths are for entry into the Nature Reserve. It […]

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Gibraltar Rock Apes

Several packs of monkeys live on the Rock. One large pack live at the top of the Rock close to the cable car station, this photograph shows a typical daily scene with tourists getting photo opportunities. The Apes Den is also a popular tourist stop where another large pack live. The monkeys are used to […]


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