Just the Pictures (Gibraltar) The Tower of Homage in the Moorish Castle. View of Gibraltar International Airport with Spain on the other side. Inside the Great Siege Tunnels; the embrasure in front of the cannon is covered with woven rope mantlets for protection from enemy fire and to prevent sparks and smoke from blowing back in to the tunnel. Scene depicting life in the tunnels during the Great Siege, which lasted from July 1779 to February 1783 AD. St. George’s Hall in the Great Siege Tunnels. A Barbary macaque. View of Gibraltar’s harbor. Looking up at the Top of the Rock. The east side of the Rock of Gibraltar. Trail through the Gibraltar Nature Reserve. Inside St. Michael’s Cave (the “Gates of Hades”). Looking up at some pillars inside the cave. A road through the Gibraltar Nature Reserve. View of Europa Point and the Strait of Gibraltar with Morocco in the distance. Memorial for the Pillars of Hercules (the Rock of Gibraltar is one of the pillars – the other is in Africa, on the other side of the Strait of Gibraltar – and combined, they mark the end of the Ancient World). Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque. View of the Rock of Gibraltar from Europa Point. Trinity Lighthouse at Europa Point. Harding’s Battery. A waterfall – actually an outlet of the desalination plant that supplies Gibraltar with fresh water. Looking south at Parson’s Lodge Battery, a tanker ship, and Morocco. Trafalgar Cemetery. Referendum Gates. Street in Gibraltar. Casemates Square. Gibraltar Barbary beer made with hops grown in Gibraltar (although brewed in the Isle of Man). The Rock of Gibraltar, seen from Gibraltar International Airport.