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Barbary macaque monkeys are the star attractions in Gibraltar. Still, this historic port town is steeped in military history around the landmark Rock of Gibraltar. The territory has lately been in the news: On June 16, British Prime Minister David Cameron made a brief visit, the first British prime minister to step foot in Gibraltar since 1968 .Visitors can reach them by a cable car up to the Rock, which includes a stop at the Apes' Den. They have lived in Gibraltar since the British first captured the Rock in 1704 and have remained through many sieges. During World War II, the British added on to the Great Siege Tunnels out of concern Gibraltar would be attacked.The Moors occupied Gibraltar between 711 and 1309 and between 1350 and 1462 .You can also fly directly to Gibraltar from various British airports, or walk or drive across the border from Spain.
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