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Parque multiaventura #Elche  #Spain

Parque multiaventura #Elche #Spain

Elche( Alicante)  Is on the Mediterranean Costa Blanca( White coast) Is a very famous area because its excellent good weather and incredible beaches( wich strech for miles along the mediterranean coast)  This charming village of Elche is best known as the excavation site of one of the premier sculptures of the Roman Empire in Iberia, La Dama de Elche.  In Elche there were Iberian,Phoenician and Greek Setlements. The Romans also founded a Colony in Elche.

Elche, Alicante (SPAIN) So proud i was born here! I'm going to miss it when I move to Valencia this week!

Elche, Spain - this Blog is super amazing! Any young person wanting to live abroad should check this out! Christine.in.Spain: Spain Travel Blog

:) {Elche, Spain - this is super amazing! Any young person wanting to live should check this out!

Elche - Basilica of Santa María photo: Robert Bovington from the blog post:  http://bobbovington.blogspot.com.es/2011/05/elche.html

From the top of the Basilica de Santa María in Elche, panoramic views of the city can be enjoyed - in particular, the groves of palm trees.

Paseo Germamias #Elche, Cerrajero Elche www.agrupacioncerrajera.com, apertura de puertas 24 horas, cerraduras, bombillo, cierres, persianas, motores

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Paseo Germamias #Elche, Cerrajero Elche www.agrupacioncerrajera.com, apertura de puertas 24 horas, cerraduras, bombillo, cierres, persianas, motores

Palmeral of Elche, Spain © Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain.  Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport / José Luis Municio

Palmeral of Elche, Spain © Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain. Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport / José Luis Municio

The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage.  It was used as a funerary urn.

The Lady of Elche is an Iberian sculpture from the century BC believed to represent Tinit, the goddess of Carthage. It was used as a funerary urn. (and we have present with us Princess Leia)

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