The dignified Regency architecture of Great Britain blends well with the shutters, balconies, and patios of southern Spain in colorful, congested Gibraltar town. Shops, restaurants, and pubs beckon on Main Street; at the Governor's Residence, the ceremonial Changing of the Guard takes place six times a year, and the Ceremony of the Keys takes place twice a year. Make sure you see the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity; the Catholic Cathedral of St. Mary; and the Crowned
Law Courts, where the famous case of the sailing ship Mary Celeste was heard in 1872.
Main St., unknown, Gibraltar