17 Sights in Cádiz, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Cádiz, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 17 sights are available in Cádiz, Spain.

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1. Puerta de Tierra

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Tumen is a fortress leading to the front wall of Cadiz, Andalusia and Spanish cities. Built in the eighteenth century by torcuato cayon, the cover is made of marble, more like a religious altar than a military fortification. It has cultural significance.

Wikipedia: Puerta de Tierra (ES)

2. Monumento a Cayetano del Toro

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The people of Cadiz, in recognition of gratitude, tried to put a monument to Don Cayetano del Toro y Quartiellers in the Plaza de Mina, at the indication of the Hon. Mrs. Patrocinio de Biedma, wishing that Mariano Benlliure sculpted it. This project did not crystallize. When he died, the Hispano-American Academy of Cádiz did not want to delay this tribute any longer and promoted the collection that was to erect it in the then called Plaza de Méndez Núñez. Patrocinio de Biedma died on September 14, 1927, in Cádiz, without seeing fulfilled his purpose of the realization of the monument to his friend Cayetano del Toro.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Cayetano del Toro (Cádiz) (ES)

3. Torre Tavira

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The Tavira Tower is the tallest watchtower in the old city of Cadiz, with approx. 33 meters above the ground and 45 meters above sea level, and the second highest point, only surpassed by the towers of La Catedral, at approx. 58 meters above sea level. It is located in the House-Palace of the Marquises of Recaño, on the corner of Marqués del Real Tesoro and Sacramento streets, and was built in the eighteenth century in Baroque style. Designated official watchtower of the port of Cadiz in 1778 for being the highest level, it receives the name of its first lookout, Lieutenant Antonio Tavira.

Wikipedia: Torre Tavira (ES)

4. Teatro Romano

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The Roman theatre of Cádiz is an ancient structure in Cádiz, Andalusia, in southern Spain. The remains were discovered in 1980. The theatre, which was likely built during the 1st century BC and was one of the largest ever built in the Roman empire, was abandoned in the 4th century and, in the 13th century, a fortress was built on its ruins by order of King Alfonso X of Castile.

Wikipedia: Roman Theatre (Cádiz) (EN)

5. Casa de las Cadenas

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The House of the Chains of Cádiz is a palace house of the seventeenth century, located in the historic center of the city of Cádiz, which is currently the headquarters of the Provincial Historical Archive of Cádiz. It was completely renovated in 1987 by the architects Cruz y Ortiz, to house the headquarters of the Provincial Historical Archive of Cádiz.

Wikipedia: Casa de la Cadenas (Cádiz) (ES)

6. Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz

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Iconographic and Historical Museum of the Cortes and Site of Cádiz. Today called Museum of the Courts. It is a historic art gallery located on Calle Santa Inés de Cádiz. It was born as a reference within the acts carried out in the city to commemorate the Centenary of the Constitution of 1812, the first in the History of Spain.

Wikipedia: Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz (ES)

7. Faro de San Sebastián

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The San Sebastian Lighthouse is a lighthouse located at the entrance fortress of the Port of Cardiz, the Castle of San Sebastian, in the province of Cardiz, Andalusia, Spain. The fortress has been listed as a cultural attraction since 1993, and the lighthouse is managed by the Bay Port Authority.

Wikipedia: Faro de San Sebastián (ES)

8. Parque Genovés

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Parque Genovés is a historic garden located by the sea in the historic center of Cádiz (Spain). It is one of the most outstanding in the city. Its origin dates back to the late eighteenth century, although throughout its history, it has undergone various extensions and remodeling.

Wikipedia: Parque Genovés (ES)

9. Iglesia de San Lorenzo

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The church of San Lorenzo Mártir located at the confluence of Calle Sagasta n.º 55 and Calle Armengual n.º 3 in Cádiz (Spain) is due to the sponsorship of Bishop Lorenzo Armengual de la Mota, with the intention of providing the neighborhood of La Viña with a parish aid.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Lorenzo Mártir (Cádiz) (ES)

10. Monumento a la Constitución de 1812

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The Monument to the Constitution of 1812 is a monument in Cádiz, Spain that commemorates the centennial of the signing of the Constitution of 1812. The monument, commissioned in 1912 and completed in 1929, is located in the centre of the Plaza de España in Cádiz.

Wikipedia: Monument to the Constitution of 1812 (EN)

11. Casa Palacio de los Mora

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Casa Palacio de Mora Hotel is located on a wide street in the historic center of Cadiz (Spain). The building, which has been listed as a cultural attraction since 1981, dates back to the mid-19th century and is the work of architect Juan de la vega y rea.

Wikipedia: Palacio de Mora (ES)

12. Segismundo Moret

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The Monument to Moret is an instance of public art in Cádiz, Spain. Designed by Agustín Querol, it consists of a bronze statue of Liberal politician Segismundo Moret put on top of a pedestal displaying elaborated allegorical reliefs.

Wikipedia: Monument to Moret (Cádiz) (EN)

13. Iglesia de la Conversión de San Pablo

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The church of the Conversion of San Pablo, known as the church of San Pablo, in the city of Cádiz is a Catholic temple of the seventeenth century that was rebuilt in neoclassical style in the late eighteenth century.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de la Conversión de San Pablo (Cádiz) (ES)

14. Catedral de la Santa Cruz de Cádiz

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Cádiz Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in Cádiz, southern Spain, and the seat of the Diocese of Cadiz y Ceuta. It was built between 1722 and 1838. The cathedral was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1931.

Wikipedia: Cádiz Cathedral (EN)

15. Gran Teatro Falla

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The Gran Teatro Falla is a theater in the city of Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain. It is located in the Plaza Fragela, facing the Casa de las Viudas and adjacent to the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Cádiz.

Wikipedia: Gran Teatro Falla (EN)

16. Iglesia de Santa Cruz

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The Church of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic church in the Spanish city of Cádiz. It was the cathedral of the Diocese of Cádiz y Ceuta between 1602 and 1838, when the new Cádiz Cathedral was completed.

Wikipedia: Church of the Holy Cross (Cádiz) (EN)

17. Museo del Títere

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The Ibero-American Museum of Puppetry is a municipal space dedicated to the culture and history of puppetry, installed in the Vaults of Puerta de Tierra of the Bay of Cádiz and inaugurated on August 9, 2012.

Wikipedia: Museo Iberoamericano del Títere (ES)

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