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Address: Calle Sant Ciriac s/n, 07800, Ibiza Town, Ibiza, Spain
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According to legend, this steep cobbled street is the place where Catalan...

According to legend, this steep cobbled street is the place where Catalan soldiers entered the Arab citadel in 1235, allowing the island to be conquered by Spain.

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Tiny tourist spot

We walked by this and took pictures however the only language i speak or read in English so i wasn't sure what i was looking at but still beautiful and fascinating.

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 26 April 2016
ClaireBearN
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This small chapel fronted by an iron gate was built in 1754 and is situated within the walls of the old city of Ibiza. It was apparently built on the same spot where the Catalans entered the city to defeat the Moors in 1235. The simple altarpiece is topped by a painting of patron St. Ciriac , a martyr, who... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 April 2016

We walked by this and took pictures however the only language i speak or read in English so i wasn't sure what i was looking at but still beautiful and fascinating.

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