Salamanca is known as "La Dorada", or "Golden City", because of the golden glow of its sandstone buildings. This charming town is untouched in its architectural purity. Salamanca boasts a student population of almost 35, approximately 6, of whom are foreigners which provides a lively atmosphere and nightlife. The Roman Bridge used to be the main entrance into Salamanca. On "El Puente Romano", only the first 15 arches nearest to the city are original, the remainder having been swept away by a flood in
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Download some information about spanish courses and read it at anytime. If you have already made your mind up, Sign up now! It became the first Spanish university to offer language courses to foreign students when it inaugurated its Spanish language program in Salamanca University takes part in the Erasmus program and has agreements with universities from many European countries. If you study at a European university that has an agreement with Salamanca, you could participate by directly applying to your home university. You could study for either one semester or a full academic year.
Old City of Salamanca
This ancient university town north-west of Madrid was first conquered by the Carthaginians in the 3rd century B. It then became a Roman settlement before being ruled by the Moors until the 11th century. The university, one of the oldest in Europe, reached its high point during Salamanca's golden age. The city's historic centre has important Romanesque, Gothic, Moorish, Renaissance and Baroque monuments. The Plaza Mayor, with its galleries and arcades, is particularly impressive.
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