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Segovia, Spain

Spain has a lot of monuments remaining on its territory and AirPano has made photos of many of them. Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia or Seville: these geographical locations are known to almost everyone on the planet. Segovia is not so famous but that is undeserved.

Segovia, Spain

Segovia is part of the Spanish autonomous region of Castile and León in the north of the country. Thanks to Alfonso VI the Brave (the end of XI — beginning of XII centuries) the city has been a residence for kings during two centuries. Those legendary days have beautiful evidence. First of all, it is the famous Alcazar. The castle on a stone peninsula has been a royal palace, a state prison and the Royal School of Artillery. Nowadays Alcazar is open for tourists and is very popular among tourists being one of the most recognizable places of interest of the country.

Alcázar of Segovia

Since King Alfonso VI Segovia still has its walls that protected the city from Arabs. A time before the 3-kilometer-long wall had five gates. Today the wall has only three of them and encircles the historic quarter.

Segovia, Spain

Among other places of interest with a respectful age Segovia has the longest Roman Aqueduct still remaining in Europe. Its exact date of construction is unknown but is assumed to be the first century A.D. The Aqueduct is 728 meters long and 28 meters high and still plays a great role in providing the city with water.

Aqueduct of Segovia

The XIII century of Segovia is famous for the following monuments. The Convent of Santa Cruz la Real and the La Vera Cruz church that belonged to the Templars. The catholic Monastery of Santa María del Parral founded in the XV century is a wonderful composition of the gothic, mudéjar and plateresco architectural styles.

Segovia, Spain

Segovia Cathedral (1525-1577) is considered to be the last Gothic-style cathedral built in Europe. Being 105 meters long it is 50 meters wide and 33 meters high. The bell-tower is 88 meters high. For comparison, the famous Gothic Cologne Cathedral that is one of the world's highest churches on the planet is 157 meters high and was built since the XIII century.

Segovia Cathedral

The modern city of Segovia is beautiful for its parks and curious tourists would love the variety of local museums. We invite you to take a walk through these historical places that are World Heritage Sites of UNESCO since 1985.

Photos by Stas Sedov and Dmitry Moiseenko

9 August 2016

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Precioso. En España está la ciudad dd Cáceres, Patrimonio Cultural muy importante, donde convergen tres culturas en su casco antigüo, aparte del resto de la ciudad que es preciosa.
Por no decir que las cacereñas son espectaculares, sobre todo...

Colmillo Blanco, Spain

I think the pictures are fantastic, but I found no way to stop at a spot and bring it forward to see the small details, such as a certain bldg.or area. This would be great if you can devise a way to do this.

Louis Freitas, Portugal

Louis, there always is a possibility to stop and zoom on smaller details. If you want to stop animation, look at the control panel in the left lower corner of panorama. Find the button "Autorate" and turn it off. You can zoom picture by mouse wheel.

Varvara, AirPano

Really beautiful town. Greetings from Sarajevo and I would like to visit Segovia, it really reminds on my city.

Hamza Kovacevic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Exceptional video and photos. Excelent presentation and beutiful city. Thank you. Spasiva daragie druzia.


Wonderful and perfect presentation beautiful city, thank you

Karel Hofmann, Czech Republic

Excellent. Enjoyed viewing this beautiful place.
I hereby invite you to come to Iran and capture some amazing photos of beauties of my country.

Saieh Nekunam, Iran

Fantastic job of photographing. Exceptional photos and one of your ''best'' presentations.

Ed Nelson, USA