Cadiz, Spain

Cadiz is a major port in southwest Spain. Rather than take an organized tour, we took a double decker sight-seeing bus for 9 Euros each. We got off in the old town area where there is a plaza, an old church, a few shops and a few old ruins from an outdoor theater. The church was very old, but not elaborate like many we see.

The architecture here is primarily Moorish. The principal industries are shipping, shipbuilding, and fishing. They export sherry wine, cork olives and figs.

This is the oldest continously inhabited city the the Western world.

Overview of Cadiz. Church tower.
Plaza in old town area. A group of buildings.
Old town ruins of a theater. Double decker sightseeing bus.

































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