The national park of Las Tablas de Daimiel is a Spanish national park that protects the homonymous wetland, the Tables of Daimiel. The national park is in Daimiel and Villarrubia de los Ojos, in the province of Ciudad Real, in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha. It is part of the La Mancha Humid Biosphere Reserve. The Tables are one of the last representatives of an ecosystem called fluvial tables that are formed when the rivers overflow in their middle sections, favored by phenomena of semiendorreism and the scarcity of slopes. The wetland is formed at the confluence of the Guadiana River and its Cigüela tributary and is one of the most important aquatic ecosystems of the Iberian Peninsula due to the variety and quality of the fauna and flora that inhabit it, as well as by the birds that use it in the migratory process. However, the survival of the park is threatened by overexploitation of aquifers.
Why Barcelona? Barcelona is a Mediterranean city. Investment in Barcelona has never been as profitable as it is now. Barcelona counts with 10 different districts. The Investment opportunities in Barcelona can vary depending on the neighbourhood. Also, it will depend on the kind of construction investment. To know more about it you can contact us. And we will let you know about the different opportunities. Investment in Barcelona and it’s rentability The renting profitability of a city is a good way to measure the possible earnings when investing. It works for both but we must keep in mind that this formula might not always work. At ComingTo we prefer to write a feasibility study for each inversion. As a result we will obtain clear information about the investment. Barcelona has the highest renting prices in Spain and is the city where are increasing faster. When investing is important to keep in mind what locals are looking for. And also foreigners looking for an apartment in the city. In Barcelona the apartments of 80 square meter are the ones with better profitability. Every district is different. If you want specific information of one or some let us know and we will send […]
The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of the king of Spain; however, the present kings do not inhabit it, so it is used for state ceremonies and solemn acts. With an area of 135,000 m² it is the largest royal palace in Western Europe, and one of the largest in the world. It houses a valuable historical-artistic heritage, and collections such as paintings, sculptures and tapestries. The palace was built by order of King Philip V, on the site left by the Royal Alcazar, destroyed almost entirely by a fire in 1734. Both the cements of the old Alcazar and some of its structures were used for the construction of the new palace. The fire served to justify the replacement of the old building by a palace. Its construction began in 1738, according to traces of the architect Filippo Juvara, who proposed a greater palace, but in a different location. When Juvara died, the project was entrusted to his disciple Juan Bautista Sachetti, who was required to adapt the plans of Juvara to the site of the old Alcazar. Francesco Sabatini was in charge of the conclusion of the building, as well as secondary works to reform, […]
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The National Park of Aiguas Tortas and Lake San Mauricio was created in 1955 and it is the only Spanish national park located in the autonomous community of Catalonia. It is in the central part of the Pyrenees in the province of Lleida. It presents two areas: the eastern, with continental climate that feed the lake of San Mauricio, and the western of Atlantic high mountain climate. The geography of the park is high mountain because much of the territory surpasses the 1000 meters over the sea level, with peaks that surpass the 3,000 meters over the sea level. Among them, two valleys stand out: to the west the Sant Nicolau river valley, with its characteristic meadows and meanders. The park has a great biological value. The elevated levels of unevenness originate the different ecosystems: meadows, crops and deciduous forests in the lower levels, evergreen forests in the midlands, and high mountain meadows and rocks at the highest levels.
The Plaza España is an architectural complex set in the Maria Luisa Park in the city of Sevilla, Spain and it was designed by the architect Aníbal González. It was built between 1914 and 1929 as the main building and the largest building of the Iberoamerican Exhibition of 1929 and is also the largest of those built in the city during the entire twentieth century, comparable to the other two outstanding historic buildings outside the city, which are the Hospital of the Five Wounds (16th century) and the Royal Tobacco Factory (18th century). The plaza is of large dimensions (170 meters of diameter), it has a semi elliptical shape that symbolizes the embrace of Spain to his old American territories, it looks towards the Guadalquivir river, to continue to America. At the beginning, after the end of the exhibition, its final destiny was to become a part of The University of Sevilla. However, after being used during the Exhibition, it became the headquarters of the military government, serving its rooms as the location of the General Captaincy, housing years later the delegation of the central Government in Andalusia and at the same time the Military Museum of Sevilla. Today it […]
This Galician Christmas character is a mythical figure, originally from the mountains of O Courel and Os Ancares, typical of Christmas in Galicia. The arrival of the “Apalpador” is expected at this time especially by the small kids. In this case, the Apalpador or Apalpa Barrigas is a fantastic being, a giant, has a charcoal profession, who for the Christmas holidays went down from the mountain of Lugo to visit the little ones and check if they were well fed, for what he felt their belly and left them as gift hot chestnuts. They say that this giant lives in the mountains of eastern Galicia and that the night of December 25 he comes down.
Zugarramurdi is known to be the witches’ town and a history of a movie. In 1609 Enrique IV started a witch hunt to eliminate the witchcraft in France, many people fled to Spain. Between this people there was Maria de Ximildegui, who returned to her natal town, Zugarramurdi. She was questioned by the local priest and in exchange of her salvation she confessed in participating with other neighbors in pagan meetings in which the devil was venerated in the “coven”, the father of goat. Maria said to have practiced the witchcraft and to have flown thanks to the help of the evil one. These facts were made known to the Inquisition which judged 53 people, 11 of whom were named witches and therefore were burned in the main square of Logroño, 21 were charged with minor charges and 21 others were acquitted. This persecution that occurred throughout Europe and born of an act of faith caused the beginning of the black legend of Zugarramurdi, “The Spanish Salem” or “The town of the witches.”
La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias is an illusion. Its oceans are walking and it is possible to travel in time, learn from dinosaurs, explore the galaxies or play with electricity. Where you can become an astronaut, greet sharks or dance with nes. A unique architectural enclave where art, science and nature merge with a special magic to enjoy the knowledge. This large leisure center, of 350,000 m2, comprises: the Oceanogràfic, an underwater city that encompasses the main seas and oceans of the planet; The Agora, a multidisciplinary space that hosts events of different nature; The Museu de les Ciències, an interactive science museum where you will learn having fun; The Hemisfèric, an IMAX DOME cinema, 3D digital cinema and digital projections; And the Palau de les Arts, a wonderful opera house.
Inaugurated on September 24th of 1957 y catalogued by the UEFA with the maximum distinction, is the stadium with the largest capacity in Europe and the second one of soccer in the world, with and actual number of 99354 spectators. The first official game that was hosted by Camp Nou, had place on October 6th of 1957 and Barcelona faced Real Jaen, in the match corresponding to the fourth day of the National Championship League First Division of the season 1957/58. The “Espai Barça” project, promoted by the current president Josep Maria Bartomeu, is a complete reform and unification of the environment occupied by the Camp Nou block and the Palau Blaugrana and the adjacent areas of the Mini Estadi, separated by the street Aristides Maillol. For the approval of this project, a referendum was held between the partners. The ‘yes’ victory was clear, with 72.3% voters’ approval, giving the green light to begin the process of obtaining the required licenses, along with the selection of projects for stadium remodeling and construction of a new sports pavilion. The project includes, among other actions, a deep remodeling and extension of the stadium called “Nou Camp Nou” and the construction of a […]