Llucmajor churchMallorca , Spain
Llucmajor Church (St. Michael the Archangel)
In our live broadcast, you can see a beautiful view to the center of the city of Llucmajor with the ancient St. Michael the Archangel church (Church of Llucmajor). The temple first appeared here in the middle of the 13th century, and a modern church, which you can see on the webcam, was built in the 18th century. Interestingly, the St. Michael the Archangel church was built for about 40 years. At the end of construction, appeared a chapel and a bell tower.
The style of the Church Llucmajor in our online camera is the neoclassicism and baroque styles mix. The exterior of the temple is quite simple, and the interior, on the contrary, is very richly decorated. The St. Michael the Archangel church, perfectly demonstrated in online webcam, has three entrances, decorated with beautiful portals with arches and stairs.
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The city of Llucmajor, from where our live stream is being conducted, is located on the island of Mallorca in the province of the Balearic Islands and belongs to Spain. Llucmajor is a part of the Mijorn district.
A very popular place in Llucmajor is its main market, rich in seafood, local fruits and vegetables, and, of course, excellent dried meat - jamon. The central square of the city is very popular among tourists. There are small streets, filled with shops and souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes.
If you will visit Llucmajor, whose center is visible in our live webcam, be sure to see the City Hall, a popular landmark. Take a look at a small cafe near the Town Hall and have a cup of aromatic coffee.
In some places of the city of Llucmajor, there are some architectural places that give the impression that you are in Valencia. By the way, we have a webcam on the Town Hall Square of Valencia here.
A bit of history of Mallorca
Till joining Spain in 1716, Jaime III was the last ruler of Mallorca. He got an almost devastated island in a rather disastrous situation. Jaime tried to influence the situation, but, unfortunately, he did not succeed.
Thus, the weakened Mallorca in 1345 was conquered by King Pedro IV of Aragon. Despite the fact that King Jaime was offered a lifetime pension and full pay, he retired to Perpignan, which was a part of the kingdom of Mallorca. A little later, a runaway Jaime sold the city of Montpellier to France on the rights of ownership. So, the king gathered an army and aimed to win Mallorca. At the very Llucmajor Jaime died. Later, in honor of this event in Llucmajor, a part of which you see online, on the place of a great battle where Jaime's fell, was erected a monument, depicting the king with the flag of the no longer existing kingdom of Mallorca.
The island of Mallorca, one of the cities - Llucmajor is perfectly visible in our webcam, is the largest island of the Balearic archipelago. Mallorca is famous for its beautiful scenery and virgin nature. The area of the island is 3.640 km2, the coastline is -554 km2.
The capital of the archipelago and the island of Mallorca is Palma de Mallorca, located on the coast among the two touristic centers.
The most popular tourist areas of Mallorca are: Puerto de Pollensa, Puerto de Alcudia, Palma Nova, Magaluf, Santa Ponsa and Paguera.
The Balearic Islands, which owns Mallorca, are famous for their beauty and excellent leisure conditions. Hospitality of locals will not leave indifferent any guest of the island.
Despite the fact that all the islands of the Balearic archipelago are located very close to each other, each of them has and preserves its unique image. For example, Mallorca is known for breathtaking landscapes and excellent beaches, Menorca is attracted by peace, silence and tranquility, Ibiza invites with noisy parties and a cheerful atmosphere, Formentera and Cabrera are great for solitude.