Plaça dels Jurats and Archaeological Walk in Girona
A section of Jurats Square and the Archaeological Walk, or Queen Joana’s Walk, and the Casal de Sarraïnes building in the historic center of Girona. The Archaeological Walk borders the north wall of Girona, from the Portal de Sobreportes near the cathedral, to the Gironella tower.
Girona City Wall
Began by the Romans in the 1st century AD, the wall of Girona has been expanded during the Carolingian Empire, and reconstructed in the 14th century, and it includes several towers along its 2 km (1.24 miles) ramparts walk, which serve as excellent lookouts across the city and beyond.
Cathedral and round tower of the Girona city wall
The Defenders of Girona statue
Sant Nicolau chapel
Staircase of the Carolingian wall of Girona
North area of Girona, Sant Pere de Galligants zone
View of the northern historic center from the French Gardens ("Jardins de la Francesa"), including the Monjuïc and Nord neighborhoods as well. On the center of the picture you can see the bell tower of the Sant Pere de Galligants monastery.
Belfry of the Sant Pere de Galligants monastery
A street of the Call of Girona
One of the streets in the Jewish quarter of Girona, perpendicular to the Força street. Força street is a main street in the historic center, short but rich and varied, where you can find the Jewish History Museum, the Girona City History Museum, and the Girona Cathedral.
Bell tower of Sant Feliu as seen from the Francesa/French Gardens of Girona
Elevated path in the Archaeological Walk
Façade of the Church of Sant Lluc
Part of the Gironella tower ruins
Fountain of 1858
Detail of the sarcophagus on the façade of Sant Feliu basilica
Cupola of the Arab Baths (Banys Àrabs) of Girona
Streets on the historic center of Girona
Girona wall and Julia tower from the Carolingian period
Bell tower of the Church of Sant Feliu
On the next gallery, Girona in Infrared, you will be able to see the interesting visual effect that can be achieved with an infrared filter to enhance the hills and architectural structures on another photo from about this same viewpoint.
Cornelia tower from 1362 as seen from the Archaeological Walk
Detail of round tower on the Girona wall
The city of Girona to the north of the Galligants river
Gothic bell tower of the Sant Feliu basilica
Peixateries Velles bridge or Eiffel bridge of Girona
This bridge from 1877 is a work by Gustave Eiffel, who, ten years later, would begin in Paris his most famous work, the Eiffel tower.
Commemorative plaque of the Eiffel bridge
On this plaque located on the east side of the bridge, you can read its ancient name as "Pont de les Pescateries Velles" (Bridge of the Old Fish Market), also known as "Pont de Ferro" (Iron bridge) or Eiffel bridge.