Cádiz is the capital of Cádiz province and the second city most populated of the province with an estimated population about 121.800 inhabitants. Cádiz is one of the oldest towns in western Europe. It can look back to a large and influential history. Cádiz was a principal home port of the Spanish Navy. From its ports left many discoverers and conquerors like Christopher Columbus in colonial times.
Today turists flock in to Cádiz because of its beaches, local festivals and its wonderful well-preserved historical landmarks.
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