Fondly referred to as ‘The Rock’, the limestone monolith that dominates Gibraltar is a fascinating geological feature marking the entrance to the Mediterranean, but its cultural significance is just as intriguing. A British Overseas Territory, Gibraltar is a slice of Britain bathed in the warmth of Southern Europe.
Its striking visuals, remarkable limestone caves, and Europe’s only wild monkey population are among the curiosities that have turned Gibraltar into a unique travel destination.
But for curious Brits, that uniqueness is set within startlingly familiar surroundings. From the Morrisons supermarket and the branch of famous retailer Marks & Spencer to the iconic red telephone boxes, Gibraltar’s central
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