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The University city of Murcia is located in the Southeastern part of Spain and is also a capital by the same name. You can see baroque and the Gothic style architecture in this city which include cathedrals and a palace. The Southern part of Murcia, The Baetic Cordillera borders the Mediterranean and declines towards the east into the Cartagena plains. This city is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea on the South, Andalusia in the West, Valencia in the East and Castile–La Mancha in the North. The precipitation of this region being low,the main source of irrigation is the Segura River. Irrigation is the main source of earnings in this city, which has a dense population. This city stands upon the plains which is surrounded by a chain of mountains. Many examples of the Murcian Barouque can be seen here, which include the religious buildings such as the Church of La Merced, Santo Domingo, Santa Ana Convent Church and San Nicholas. It was once an autonomous region in the year 1982 and is now a holiday destination because of its rugged coastal plains.

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History

After the Carthaginians made the Cartagena cost a trading port, after which this kingdom became independent after the period when the Umayyad Caliphate of Córdoba fell. Different cultures have developed and died in this city, which include the Phonecians, the Islamic groups and the Barouque during the middle ages. In the 18th century Murcia became a splendid city and reaping the benefits of the War of Succession between Bishop Belluga and Felipe V. Drastic changes were seen in the administration and urban development. The political scenario changed in the 19th century during the War of Independence between the “Isabelinos” and “Carlistas”. In 1915 Murcia experienced a period of vitality and renovation, and today this city is one of the popular destinations for tourists.

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Climate

The hottest month in Murcia is July, when the temperature rises to 27 degree Celsius and falls to 10 degree Celsius in January, which is the coldest month and also the wettest month with an average of 40 mm rainfall. The rainfall is the lowest in July and August when it is about 10 mm. The best time to visit Murcia is July and August for those who want to bathe in the golden sunshine at any of the nearby beaches and swim in the sea water.

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Mediterranean

Restaurante Salzillo
Restaurante Salzillo

Calle Canovas del Castillo 28, 30003 Murcia, Spain

+34 968220194

http://www.restaurantesalzillo.com/

Japanese

Enso Sushi
Enso Sushi

Calle Santa Teresa 6, 30005 Murcia, Spain

+34 968 90 66 11

http://www.ensosushi.com/

Italian

Mano a Mano
Mano a Mano

Calle Teniente General Gutierrez Mellado 9, 30153 Murcia, Spain

+34 601 25 66 05

http://www.manoamano-pye.com/

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