CAPE TRAFALGAR (/trəˈfælɡər/ ; Spanish : Cabo Trafalgar ) is a
headland in the
Province of Cádiz in the south-west of
It lies on the shore of the
The most prominent structure on the cape is a 34-metre-high lighthouse (51 metres above sea level), the faro de Cabo Trafalgar, built in 1860.
The name is of
* ^ "Trafalgar". Random House Webster\'s Unabridged Dictionary . * ^ A page of a professor of the Facultad de Filología of the Universidad de Salamanca * ^ Entry algar, in DRAE dictionary * ^ A B Richard Burton , The Arabian Nights (vol. 9)'s footnote 82 * ^ Prof. Joseph E. Garreau, A Cultural Introduction to the Languages of Europe * ^ Etymology and Meaning of Trafalgar
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