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Alcala de Henares, the Roman Complutum, was the first city specifically founded as a university, by Cardinal Cisneros in 1499, and is a world heritage city for that reason. It is also the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes. Now a dormitory town for Madrid, it makes a very agreeable excursion from there, although it is worth visiting in its own right.
Population 203,613 Recognized Landmarks
Area 87.73 sq km Old Castle
Cathedral-Magistral of Saints Justus and Pastor
Laredo Palace
the Cathedral of the Santos Ninos
Oidor Church
Average High Temperature 23.4°C
Average Low Temperature 12.3°C
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
Post Code 28801-28807
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The centre of Alcala de Henares remains essentially medieval, with many winding cobbled streets, and many historic buildings. The city centre surrounds Cervantes Square (the famous Plaza de Cervantes) and is traversed by a long pedestrian main street, the Calle Mayor. The old city centre has been largely preserved, unlike the suburbs. There has been no clear planning by the city councillors regarding expansion, and the sprawling suburban areas are irregularly constructed, with the addition of seventies-style high rise blocks in many places.
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