This is the view from the window from which an assassin fired the shots that killed President John F.Kennedy and severely wounded Texas Governor John Connally as the presidential motorcade drove through Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963."He was an early believer in Earth Cam and instrumental in installing one of our first live cameras at the 'sniper’s perch' in 1999.His vision of providing access to this unique location allowed the Museum to become one of the first in the country to embrace webcam technology, offering an unparalleled educational opportunity to viewers around the world.Curious to visit: the Casa de los Abarca palace and Casa de las Conchas palace, the church of the monastery of San Esteban, the el Claustro de los Reyes gallery, the monastery of Las Duenas, the Clavero tower, Columbus square with the sculpture of the famous seafarer in the center. Find the famous astronaut on the portal of the Old and New Cathedrals. Admire the wonderful beauties of Plateresque architecture style. Enjoy the views of the cathedrals from the Roman bridge (Puento Romano).Watch other interesting Baltic Live Cam from Spain – Leon cathedral and the Azoguejo Square in Segovia. Summer is hot, the temperature varies between 18C - 30C.
Does anyone remember The Fountain and the Fountain Bar Pub?The main attraction of the square with our is the tower El Reloj (Clock) and 88 arches.The house of the Town Hall is crowned with five granite arches and a spire.We will check the url, if we think it will be interesting to our fans, we will add it to is easy to use, click on the category of your choice and choose a webcam!
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