Spanish-town Sentence Examples
The old Spanish town of Albuquerque (pop. in 1900 about 1200) lies about i m.
West of the ravine lies the old port, and above this rises what was the Spanish town with the ancient citadel looking down on it; but few traces of Spanish occupation remain.
The Spanish town was founded in 1540, and was sacked by the British in 1659 and by buccaneers in 1678 and 1685.
Benidorm offers a party atmosphere centered on the seafront; while Alicante is a very Spanish town with top-rate historical buildings and bustling promenades.Advertisement