Cape Spartel is frequently but incorrectly referred to as the northernmost point of Africa, which is instead Ras ben Sakka, Tunisia. It is the most North Western ...
Battle of Cape Spartel; Part of the Anglo-French War and the Anglo-Spanish War: Relief of Gibraltar by Earl Howe, 11 October 1782, by Richard Paton
Cap Spartel. 187 likes · 24 talking about this · 1,490 were here. Cape Spartel is a promontory in Morocco about 1000ft above sea level at the entrance to...
Jutting out into the Strait of Gibraltar, just west of Tangier, Cape Spartel lies on the northwestern-most tip of Africa, at the meeting point of the Mediterranean ...
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There was a tempest on 10 October, and some of the Franco-Spanish ships, which were anchored off Algeciras, were damaged, although none were sunk.
Convention signed at Tangier May 31, 1865 Senate advice and consent to ratification July 5, 1866 Ratified by the President of the United States July l4, 1866
The Battle of Cape Spartel was an indecisive naval battle between a Franco-Spanish fleet under Admiral Luis de Cordóva and a British fleet under Adm. Richard Howe.
Cape Spartel (Cap Spartel) is situated 14 kilometers west of Tangier, the far northwest coast of Africa on the northern Atlantic coast of Morocco.
Just 14km west of Tangier lies Cap Spartel, the northwestern extremity of Africa’s Atlantic Coast. It is a popular day trip with locals and tourists alike. A ...