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.
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