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HISTORY OF MENORCA
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Talaiots: They're huge stone towers with square or round bases located in Mallorca and Menorca. They were used as security towers.
Caves: There are lots of caves in Menorca. Some are small and some are big. The biggest one has got the size of a cathedral.
Monuments: Most of them are from the talaiotical civilization. They're made out of rocks.
World heritage: They were caves where the prehistoric humans bury dead people.
Cami de'n Kane: It was the original highway of Menorca. The name is in honor of a British Menorcan mayor called Richard Kane. It connected Ciutadella and Mao.
Defence towers: Three examples are St Felip, St Felipet and Fort Malborough. They were used as an alert system if some invadors camed.
Agriculture improvements: they have build irrigation canals for transport water and brought new tools and food, like honey.
Architecture: Structres like boinders were addopted from the British.
- World heritage
- Cami de'n Kane
- Defence towers (St Felip, St Felipet, Fort Malgorough
- Agriculture improvements
- Architecture (doors, windows, colours, bow windows)
Ferreries (Panxes Rotges)
Thanks for watching everybody. I hope you liked it and that you have learned something from this island. The only thing that I can tell you now is...
HISTORY OF MENORCA
BY ALESANDRO DE MOOR
The only remarkable thing in the French domain was the foundation of Sant Lluis, at the south-east of the island.
Nowadays, Menorca is a part of Spain. Once they conquered the island, they destroyed St Felip. The island hasn't changed so much from that days.
People often come to Menorca in summer, when it's hot, because of the beautiful beaches, but when they have free time, they go to the talaiotical monuments.
It's a nickname of the people that live in Ferreries. It's also a festival.