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The city of Huelva is one of the oldest settlements with more than 5000 years of history, in which has been inhabited by Tarshish and Phoenicians and Greeks, as detailed by the numerous archaeological findings.
When walking around the city we can visit various tourist attractions:
Huelva Visitor Centre Puerta del Atlantico, which summarizes the history of the city.
Huelva A museum situated in Alameda Sundheim where we find remains of the Age of Metals, Tartessos, Romans and other cultures that inhabited the area.
Marismas de Odiel
Natural landscape of great importance and place of passage of thousands of migratory birds which each year make their way between Europe and Africa.
Muelle de Tharsis
Built by the British used to charge Rio Tinto ore towards the British Isles.
Muelle del Tinto
It provided transportation from the mines of Andevalo to the port of Huelva until 1975.
Built in the late nineteenth century as a grand hotel; it was acquired by Rio Tinto Company as the headquarters of the company.
Going for a walk you can get to this neighbourhood known as Barrio Reina Victoria, built in the early twentieth century following the British style of the time as a residence for workers in the mining company Rio Tinto Company Ltd.
There are many more places we can visit such as:
Palacio de los Duques de Medina Sidonia
Palacio de las Conchas
Antiguo Círculo Mercantil