This old stronghold of colossal "royal walls" forms an interesting landmark in central Ceuta. The external walls of the former fortress are framed on one side by a
The 204m-high Monte Hacho (Hacho Mount) stands at the heart of the peninsula and dominates the small town that sits in its shadow at the foot. The historical and strategic
Plaza de Africa has been at the very heart of Ceuta from the town’s Phoenician origins in the 1st millennium BCE, through the Arabic era when it was the site of the main
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