This scene overlooks an alleyway where Gibraltar philanthropist John Gavino used to live in the late 1700's. In those days it was typical to name the street after the principal residents who lived there. Besides his philanthropic work, Gavino was also the first consul of the newly born United States embassy in Gibraltar.
Captured on a bright sunny day, the vibrant walls of the passage contrast nicely with the dark road leading you into the archway of Gavino's Passage.
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