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Visit Gibraltar II

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Visit Gibraltar II

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The Gibraltar Skywalk is an exhilarating attraction perched 340 meters above sea level on the Rock of Gibraltar. With its glass-floored platform, visitors can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and the African coast below. It’s a thrilling experience for adventure seekers, offering a unique perspective on Gibraltar’s natural beauty and a perfect spot for photography enthusiasts.

The Great Siege Tunnels of Gibraltar are a historic network of tunnels carved out of the Rock of Gibraltar during the Great Siege of 1779-1783. These tunnels served as a vital defensive strategy against Spanish and French forces. Today, they stand as a significant tourist attraction, offering visitors a glimpse into Gibraltar’s military history and strategic importance.

The Garrison Library of Gibraltar is a renowned institution with a rich historical legacy. Established in 1793, it is one of the oldest libraries outside the United Kingdom and is located within the city’s old garrison area. The library’s collection includes a vast array of books, manuscripts, and historical documents, making it a treasure trove for researchers, scholars, and history enthusiasts. Its elegant architecture and tranquil surroundings add to the charm, creating a serene atmosphere for reading and academic pursuits. The Garrison Library stands as a testament to Gibraltar’s intellectual heritage and continues to be a hub of knowledge and cultural significance.

Sailing and yachting in Gibraltar is appreciated world wide due to its strategic location at the entrance of the Mediterranean Sea. The territory offers well-equipped marinas, such as the Ocean Village Marina and Marina Bay, providing essential services and amenities for sailors. The region’s favorable wind conditions and mild climate make it ideal for sailing year-round. Gibraltar hosts various sailing events and regattas, attracting international participants and spectators. Its sheltered harbors, coupled with breathtaking coastal landscapes, make it a popular choice for bothrecreational sailing and competitive yachting activities.

The Gibraltar Trinity Lighthouse, also known as the Europa Point Lighthouse, holds a rich historical legacy. Established in 1841, it stands on the site of the historic Moorish Castle, serving as a symbol of Gibraltar’s enduring maritime heritage. The lighthouse was originally powered by Argand lamps and reflectors but was later electrified in the early 20th century, enhancing its efficiency and reach. During World War II, the lighthouse played a vital role, helping guide Allied ships and ensuring safe passage through the Strait of Gibraltar. Over the years, the Trinity Lighthouse has witnessed significant maritime developments and technological advancements, making it a testament to Gibraltar’s historical and navigational importance. Today, it stands as a revered beacon, preserving the seafaring heritage of the region and welcoming visitors to explore its fascinating history.

Technical Specs

Design:Stephen Perera
Illustration / Photography:Stephen Perera, Anthony Williams, Charles Cruz
Printer:Cartor Security Printers
Process:Offset Lithography
Colours:4 Colours
Stamp size:30 x 30mm, 40 x 20mm
Issue date:2023-12-24
Stamp Values:90p, 1, 1.15, 3.16, 5