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Gibraltar Trafalgar Cemetery

There are many aspects of Trafalgar Cemetery which make it worth a visit, it is wonderfully peaceful place amid the hustle and bustle of daily life in Gibraltar. Despite its name, there are only two graves containing the remains of victims from the famous Battle of Trafalgar. However, amongst the other graves there are head […]

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Gibraltar Kings chapel

King’s Chapel is the Forces’ Church for Servicemen and Servicewomen stationed on the Rock. It also serves as the Chapel of the Residence of His Excellency the Governor. Both Chapel and Residence originally formed part of a Convent of Franciscan Friars, the first members of which arrived in Gibraltar circa 1480. The present chapel was […]

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Gibraltar The Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

When Britain took Gibraltar from the Spaniards in 1704, there were about twenty churches, chapels and convents in existence. Of these only two were retained for religious purposes, the Church of Saint Mary the Crowned, now the Roman Catholic Cathedral for the use of the inhabitants and the Church of the Franciscan Convent, now the […]

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Gibraltar Hayne’s Cave Battery

A The path can be found on the main road which leads from Jews Gate to the upper Rock. The path provides access to the now derelict Rooke Battery and Hayne’s Cave battery. The wording on the sign is as follows; THIS PATHWAY WAS CONSTRUCTED BY SOLDIERS OF 2ND Bn ROYAL ANGLIAN REGT DEC 1968 […]

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Gibraltar Cathedral of Saint Mary the Crowned

This cathedral was built by the Spanish in 1462 on the site of the old mosque of Gibraltar. The old mosque was much larger than the current building and included a typical court with moorish pillars and arches. The Cathedral’s small courtyard is all that remains of the mosque’s court. The Royal Arms of King […]

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Gibraltar Green’s Lodge Battery

Green’s Lodge Battery sits over 1000 feet up on the sheer North Face. It was constructed in 1776 and saw action during the Great Siege of 1779-1783, named after Sir William Green (1725-1811) who was chief engineer during the Great Siege and a serving officer in Gibraltar from 1761-1783. The battery contained five 24-pdr guns […]

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Gibraltar City Walls and Bastions

Gibraltar’s great fortified wall has more history associated with it than most other walled cities or towns in western Europe. The wall and its defensive Bastions still stands today amidst the expansion of the modern city. The wall represents over 800 years of Moorish, Spanish and British history. The three photographs below show sections of […]

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Gibraltar Devil’s Gap Battery

360 View At North Gun Although not an official tourist exhibit, the battery is the first significant large gun emplacement which is reached via the old public footpath from the town. The 6 inch guns are still in place and the location offers great views over the town and bay. Called by the Spanish, Punta […]


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