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Segovia, best known for its two distinct features - the Aqueduct and the Alcazar of Segovia. The Aqueduct dates back to the Roman period, built approximately in the 1st or 2nd century. Its 170 arches are known for its unique slenderness and are still used today to transport water. The Alcazar of Segovia, the favored home of Isabella II, made of limestone and sitting 1000 meters above sea level offers a dramatic brute beauty, peaking out from the surrounding forest. Famous personalities: Abraham Seneor (1412-1493)

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World Jewish Travel Official December 20, 2019

City Story: Segovia

Segovia, best known for its two distinct features - the Aqueduct and the Alcazar of Segovia. The Aqueduct dates back to the Roman period, built approximately in the 1st or 2nd century. Its 170 arches are known for its unique slenderness and are still used today to transport water. The Alcazar of Segovia, the favored home of Isabella II, made of limestone and sitting 1000 meters above sea level offers a dramatic brute beauty, peaking out from the surrounding forest. Famous personalities: Abraham Seneor (1412-1493)

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Take a break from the bustle and hip attitude that oozes from the streets of Berlin. Find a quiet space - just past the Brandenberg Gate - in the Holocaust Memorial. You may see young kids jumping from one pillar to the next, while other people sit in solitude and memory. The memorial has faced countless criticism for being too vague an ode to those whose suffered and, conversely, for demonizing Germany. What do you think? Was this an appropriate way to pay respects to victims of the Holocaust? #wjt #jewishberlin #bardenberg #holocaust #holocaustmemorial #berlin #eastsidegallery #travel ** ** ** Repost @justintheroux ...

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