Plaza San Francisco, Cadiz

On one of the many narrow streets in the old part of Cadiz. The small plaza is named for the church and attached convent, which was founded in 1566.

Copyright: Gary Davies
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11940x5970
Uploaded: 21/02/2014
Updated: 15/04/2014


Tags: church; convent; plaza; street corner; cadiz; san francisco; spain; tourist; historic
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