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The Pueblo de Espagna, Palma de Mallorca, February 2004


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The Pueblo Espanol has reconstructed about 100 of the monuments and buildings that are most renowned in Spain. This complex, built between 1965 and 1967, allows us to travel all of Spain while staying in one place.

Streets and square, monuments, restaurants, bars and demonstrations of popular customs of the different Spanish towns, along with a demonstration of artisanry and gastronomy: these are the principal attractions. All visitors are recommended to get a map at the entrance and follow the marked route so that they don't get confused and miss any of the monuments.

The following are particularly worth seeing: the model of the patio of Los Arrayanes in the Alhambra in Granada,
the hermitage of San Antonio in Madrid and the house of El Greco in Toledo. Wear comfortable shoes.

17th Jun 2005

Art and Design, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages

Key Stages:
Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

Pueblo de Espagna, Mallorca, Spain

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