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Spanish presence in America and the Philippines






Estudios Turisticos ( 113): 55-102

Spanish presence in America and the Philippines

The Spanish were the first to establish themselves in the Americas and, over four centuries of presence and, in places, government, they left a legacy of culture and architecture. The article describes, country by country, the monuments and cultural heritage left by the Spanish which are of interest to tourists.


Accession: 002226094



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