Walking Bilbao in Two Days

The Modern City of Bilbao  Walking Bilbao: It is a county located in the north of Spain The town of Bilbao is the capital with more than 340,000 inhabitants and is the most populated city of the autonomous community that extends along the estuary of Bilbao or the Nervión. The city is surrounded by two mountain ranges with an altitude that does not exceed 500 meters. It was founded at the end of the 13th century. This is a guide …

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▲ Numismatic: Argentine Ancient Coins 1813-1860

Numismatic:  Argentine Ancient Coins After the pronouncement of May 1810, Buenos Aires and the other provinces of the Río de la Plata began the campaign of independence, sending expeditions to the High Peru, focus of realistic resistance. The Argentines took the Imperial Villa of Potosi with their mint. Coins were minted in 1810, 1813 and 1815: the last two occupations were important from the monetary point of view, since the type that was issued until then with the real bust …

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☼ Madrid in Three Days – Third Day

What to do the third day in Madrid? We can choose between staying in the city to visit a special place that we liked or to visit a nearby city These are the options One day in Madrid Museum of Prado – Museo del Prado : For those who like Art, it will take all day. (and more if you prefer) Queen Sofia Museum – Museo Reina Sofia : The same as the previous Retiro Park  and Bullring – Parque del Retiro …

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☼ Madrid in Three days: Second day

Walking Madrid Second Day On the second day we started walking along the Main Street – Calle Mayor  (we passed the chocolate shop San Gines for those who have not yet had breakfast) until the Mercado de San Miguel ( see Map). This is one of the oldest markets in Madrid and is awarded as it was in its golden age. Cathedral of Almudena   At the end of the main street we find the Cathedral of Almudena, which is the …

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Eco de Galicia of Buenos Aires Newspaper

The Eco de Galicia Newspaper Founded by José María Cao Luaces The Eco de Galicia was founded by José María Cao Luaces on February 7, 1892. This was the newspaper of Galician residents in Argentina since that time and one of the background of the founding of the Galician Center of Buenos Aires. In one of his articles we can see that he refers to this topic, indicating that in this first issue the Eco de Galicia. There should be …

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