The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary in Murcia, commonly called the Cathedral of Murcia, is a Catholic church in the city of Murcia, Spain.
The National Museum of Subaquatic Archaeology in Cartagena, Spain is an underwater archaeology museum.
Peral was the first successful full electric battery-powered submarine, built by the Spanish engineer and sailor Isaac Peral for the…
The Cartagena Naval Museum is a military museum near the city port of Cartagena, Spain.
Las Gredas de Bolnuevo, also called Ciudad Encantada, are heavily eroded sandstone formations along the beach of Bolnuevo, Murcia, Spain.
Eucalyptus camaldulensis, commonly known as the river red gum, is a tree that is endemic to Australia.
Basilica of Vera Cruz is a Roman Catholic church in town Caravaca de la Cruz.
Cape Palos is a cape in the Spanish municipality of Cartagena, in the region of Murcia.
Urban beach with golden sand. Awarded with Blue Flag, fully equipped with all thinkable facilities.
Estadio Nueva Condomina, currently known as Estadio Enrique Roca de Murcia for sponsorship reasons, is a multi-use stadium in Murcia, Spain.
La Condomina is a multi-use stadium in Murcia, Spain. The stadium holds 6,500 spectators and it is currently used mostly for football…
Estadio Francisco Artes Carrasco is a multi-use stadium in Lorca, Spain.
The Universidad Católica San Antonio, also known as the Universidad Católica de Murcia, is a private university located in Murcia in south…