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Gibraltar

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Flag 2002 March (cc) image by jantik on Flickr The flag of Gibraltar is an elongated banner of the coat of arms of Gibraltar, granted by Royal Warrant Queen Isabella I of Castile on 10 July 150. 150 Different historical moments... The origin of San Roque... San Roque was the city that received the honors, titles and stamps of the lost city of Gibraltar, hence, be called "Very Noble and most loyal city of San Roque, where lives of Gibraltar" History of Gibraltar Early history... Gibraltar became known as one of the Pillars of Hercules, after the Greek legend of the creation of the Strait of Gibraltar by Heracles 1160 128,000 BC 2002 128,000 BC 150 1160 1706 2002 128.000 BC 2002 Thank you very much for your attention !! Made by: Daniel Silva Collado
Ana Albaida Gil
Yasmina Quirós Díaz
Augusto Martínez Barcia
Raúl Tineo Brea
Juan Antonio Gutiérrez Díaz Student's World Visit our blog: studentsworld2012.blogspot.com The past of a very strategic town ... 1985 1985 · In a referendum held in 2002, Gibraltarians rejected by an overwhelming majority (99%) a proposal of shared sovereignty on which Spain and Britain were said to have reached "broad agreement". Nowadays
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