NAME THAT CITY
The oldest continuously-inhabited city in the Iberian Peninsula, and possibly all of southwestern Europe - it was founded in 1104 BC - Cadiz´s fascinating history and varied fortunes can be glimpsed through the development of its name over the centuries. The Phoenicians called the city "Gadir", which means "walled stronghold"; the Berbers subsequently changed this word to "agadir", meaning "wall". In Greek, Cadiz was called was "Gadeira" - according to Greek legend, Hercules founded the city after his tenth labour. In Roman times, "Gades", its Latin name, was an important upper-class Augustine city. The Moors ruled for 500 years under the name "Qadis". You can still see traces of Cadiz´s ancient fortunes in the word "Gaditano", which means a resident of Cadiz.