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WORLD HERITAGE CITIES - CACERESID92847060

WORLD HERITAGE CITIES - CACERES

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The obverse (common to the five pieces) shows the UNESCO logo accompanied, right, for the official emblem of the World Heritage Convention.

The reverse shows a view of the city of Caceres, with the church of San Francisco Javier first.

The history of the city of Cáceres is the History of Spain on a small scale. This land, inhabited since the times of the Upper Palaeolithic, relates the different periods through which man has lived. Romans, Almohads, Jews, Portuguese, Castilians# each has their own culture and religion, but they merged with Cáceres to leave the world their matchless Historic-Cultural Heritage.

This diversity enables us to access the Monumental City via a Roman gate or one in the baroque style; enter a Jewish quarter on coming out of a Almohad tower or admire a Mudejar façade alongside a Renaissance palace.
Information about the Coin
Series WORLD HERITAGE CITIES I  
Denomination 4 Reales  
Year 2014  
Quality Proof  
Diameter (mm) 33  
Face Value (Euro) 5
Alloy (‰) 925  
Metal Silver  
Weight (g) 13.5  
Maximum Mintage (units) 7,000  

The obverse (common to the five pieces) shows the UNESCO logo accompanied, right, for the official emblem of the World Heritage Convention.

The reverse shows a view of the city of Caceres, with the church of San Francisco Javier first.

The history of the city of Cáceres is the History of Spain on a small scale. This land, inhabited since the times of the Upper Palaeolithic, relates the different periods through which man has lived. Romans, Almohads, Jews, Portuguese, Castilians# each has their own culture and religion, but they merged with Cáceres to leave the world their matchless Historic-Cultural Heritage.

This diversity enables us to access the Monumental City via a Roman gate or one in the baroque style; enter a Jewish quarter on coming out of a Almohad tower or admire a Mudejar façade alongside a Renaissance palace.