Interesting facts about Segovia



  • Segovia is very into its cultures, traditions, and history.
  • If you ask travel experts about this city they will tell you it is not only one of the best and most interesting cities to visit in Spain, but in all of Europe
  • Segovia also has an aqueduct and it was constructed over 2000 years ago, it also functions well still after a bundle of natural disasters.
  • Segovia's aqueduct is said to be one of the most impressive engineering pieces in the world.
  • Segovia's climate is cooler then other famous cities in Spain due to the mountains around and near it.
  • Segovia's 11th century city walls are still standing today.
  • Segovia houses many famous and meticulously designed buildings.
  • Gothic is a common architectural pattern used in Segovia.
  • Segovia is a medieval-like city.
  • Their are many artistic things, such as, paintings and buildings all over Segovia.
  • Segovia is said to be very memorable and not what you may be expecting.
  • The population of Segovia is around 40,000 people.
  • Under the Segovia Aqueduct is said to be one of the best places to eat.
  • Segovia stands about 3,300 above sea level.
  • It was taken over and then lost by the Moors repeatedly.
  • The most prestigious artillery academy in Spain is based in Segovia.
  • It is located near Madrid.
  • Segovia can be translated to "City of Victory" or "Victorious City".
  • Was first recorded as a Celtic possession.