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Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)

Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)
Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)
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Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)
Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)
Metal Fridge Magnet: Spain. Toledo (Plate Shaped, Silver Color)
US$5.99
Ex Tax: US$5.99
Price in reward points: 599
  • Stock: Out Of Stock
  • Weight: 60.00g
  • Dimensions: 8.00mm x 70.00mm x 70.00mm
  • SKU: 00004948

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Description

Spanish Souvenir: Toledo on Plate Shaped Metal Fridge Magnet

Toledo is a municipality situated almost 70km towards the south of Madrid and lies in the center of Spain; it is also the capital of the Toledo province. If you are seeking an apt yet a striking souvenir of this municipality, your search is over. Look at this stunning metal fridge magnet displaying a picture of some buildings and a bridge in Toledo. The magnet is in the form of a silver plate; this feature adds more class to it and gives it an antique touch. It will surely add a lot of sophistication to your fridge and you can gift it to family and friends too.

More about Toledo

Apart from serving as the capital of the Toledo province, the Toledo municipality is the capital of Castile-La Mancha too. It is a gorgeous place to visit and consists of numerous tourist attractions and destinations. Toledo was given the status of a World Heritage Site in 1986 by UNESCO as it has a rich culture, significant heritage, served as the capital of the Spanish Empire in the past and is a place where Muslim, Christian and Jewish cultures flourished together at the same time. Also, it is the same place where the Jews were persecuted by the ruthless Visigoths. Toledo is the home to several famous artists and notable people like Garcilaso de la Vega, El Greco, Al-Zarqali and Elanor of Toledo.

Brief History of Toledo

People have lived in Toledo since the ancient Bronze Age; but the importance of this place started growing when the Romans took over it. After the Roman Empire fell, Toledo became the capital of Visigothic Spain; it remained the Spanish capital till the Moors captured Iberia during the eighth century. Different rulers ruled over Toledo after that including Banu Qasi and Abd-ar Rahman III. After the Arab rule ended, Toledo was ruled by the Christians under the leadership of Alfonso VI of Castile. The city started flourishing under Alfonso's rule and many improvements were made to it. However, its importance started dwindling when the Spanish court was shifted to Valladolid and later to Madrid.

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