Girona is a city built on Roman foundations, located on the famous Via Augusta, the main artery of the Roman road network, and it now has some 200,000 inhabitants.Restoration work began on the historic centre, which had long been left to ruin, during the 1980s, driven by a major European movement towards heritage preservation. The Call, the city's Jewish district, is a maze of Medieval streets and ...
The old town is home to the most important artistic heritage of the city.
All along the Onyar, pretty houses display their multicoloured backs to the shores of the river. In general they date from the end of the Middle Ages.
The river creates a natural barrier for Girona's old town. It flows into the River Ter.
The banks of the Onyar offer an interesting contrast between contemporary constructions and buildings dating from the Middle Ages.
Some of the many sites you can visit here are the Arab baths and the Jewish quarter. Not to mention the cathedral.
It has the largest Gothic nave in the world. The tower dates from the 11th century whereas the rest of the building is generally from the 14th century.
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