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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 The Convent, Gibraltar, Gibraltar
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Alison Smith says:
"Gibraltar is okay for a short break, but not the ideal place to go for a fortnight's holiday. If you don't mind driving abroad you can go across to Spain and hire a car, and visit parts of Spain which are off the usual tourist track."
 
David Pritchard says:
"Gibraltar is worth a visit just to see the apes who live up on the rock, the only wild monkeys in Europe. They can be a bit light-fingered though and have a particular taste for snatching shiny digital cameras. There are probably many of these scattered all over the apes' dens, complete with pictures of puzzled apes peering into the lens."
 
Lesley Wilson says:
"Unbelievably smelly (exhaust fumes) and currently a cruise-ship hell-hole arriving for duty free goods. Big plans to upgrade the marina...perhaps worth visiting in about 2010."
 
John says:
"Standing by the runway watching the aircraft take off and land is great fun and the view from the top of the rock is amazing!"
 
claire tetsill says:
"We enjoyed the warmth of the med whilst feeling at home... in more ways than one"
 

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