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Q: How long has Gibraltar been owned by the British?
A: Since the Treaty of Utrecht was signed in 1713.

 
Virtual Tour of Monument, Gibraltar, Gibraltar
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Geoffrey Anderson says:
"Hiking to the top of the rock is recommended, if you can handle all the steps. But beware, the barbary apes can be quite aggressive, as so many have ignored the signs and fed them. The apes may jump on you and search your pockets for food, leaving smears of dung behind."
 
Alan Lane says:
"I used to be stationed at Gib with the army back in the 1970's. Am determined to get back one day to see the changes, and show my wife how I spent my younger days."
 
Giverny says:
"I recently visited Gibraltar with friends from Uni. It was unlike anywhere I'd been before with little signs of England dotted around. Beautiful scenery, fantastic sunsets. Friendly people great food and awesome nightlife! Plus the added bonus of tax-free shopping! Definately worth a trip. It would probably take a week to get all the sights/experiences in."
 
lesley hamilton says:
"A 2 day break is enough here but there is a fantastic chip shop... oh its to die for!"
 

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