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Spain, Salamanca
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In 2002 Salamanca shared the title of with Bruges. Salamanca is a popular tourist destination, especially in the summer. Tourism is the primary economic activity in the city.

Salamanca offers the amenities of a larger city while retaining an intimate small town atmosphere. Since 1923, "Los Charros", formally the Union Deportiva Salamanca, have been the Salamanca football team.

Salamanca was the setting for the 2008 political thriller Vantage Point, although the movie was almost exclusively filmed in Mexico.

The classic dish of the Salamancan, known as "Charreria" ("peasant lands"), is a "cocido", a baked casserole of garbanzo beans.

A traditional Salmantinian celebration is the "Lunes de Aguas", "Water Monday", the Monday after the Sunday following Easter. Originally this served to celebrate the official allowance of the authorities for the prostitutes to return to the city after Lent and Easter. All the shops close and Salmantinos picnic in the countryside to eat a kind of pie called "hornazo".

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Image:Catedral Salamanca noche.JPG|New Cathedral, Salamanca.
image:Catedralsalamancacupula.jpg|New Cathedral"s dome.
Image:Spanish civil war archive.jpg|Spanish Civil War archive (built in 1719).
Image:Palacio de Monterrey Salamanca.JPG|Back facade of Monterrey Palace.
File:Plaza_mayorsalamanca.jpg|Plaza Mayor.
File:Casadelasmuertes1154.jpg|Casa de las Muertes(XVI century).
File:P9190299_ANAYA.jpg|Anaya College(XV century).
Image:Iglesia San Esteban Salamanca.jpg|Convent of San Esteban(XVI century).
File:San estebam claustro.jpg|Interior courtyard of the Convent de San Esteban.
Image:House of the shells in Salamanca.jpg|"La Casa de las Conchas" (the House of Shells)(XV century).
Image:Casadelasconchas.jpg|Facade of La Casa de las Conchas.
File:Iglesia Parroquial de San Juan Bautista.JPG|Iglesia parroquial de Villar de la Yegua (XV century).
Image:Claustro convento dueñas by Almorca.jpg|Convent of Las Dueñas(XV century).
Image:Casa lis NOCHE.jpg| Museum of Art Deco Y Art Nouveau Casa Lis.
Image:Helmantico.JPG|Helmántico Stadium.
Image:Mercado Central de Salamanca.jpg|Central Market (1899–1909).
Image:Salamanca - Fachada de la Universidad Pontifícia. La clerecía.jpg|Church of la Clerecía, built in 1617.
Image:Huerto de Calixto y Melibea 3.JPG|Huerta of Calixto y Melibea.
Image:Catedral Salamanca.JPG|The Tormes river for Salamanca.


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* Bruges, Belgium
* Buenos Aires, Argentina
* Coimbra, Portugal
* Gijón, Asturies, Spain
* Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
* Nimes, France
* Würzburg, Germany

See also
* Salmantinos Spanish for "people/things from Salamanca"; several specific uses
* Salmanticenses It refers to people who are in some way related to the University of Salamanca. See the link for the specific meanings.
* Salamanca Statement Refers to the UNESCO Salamanca Statement (1994) calling calls on all governments to give the highest priority to inclusive education. See inclusive school and http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0009/000984/098427eo.pdf

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