As shown in the political map of Gibraltar, the territory is bordered by the continents of Africa and Europe. Morocco, Spain, the British colony of Gibraltar, and the Spanish exclave of Ceuta also share borders with the territory.
Gibraltar shares maritime borders with the Strait of Gibraltar, which links the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, on the southern coast of Spain.
The Gibraltar Political Map also shows the national capital, major places in the country, and the international borders of the region.
The map also shows the lighthouse in Gibraltar. The other places shown in the map include: Victoria Sports Center, Air Terminal, Fortress Headquarters, Great Europe Point, St. Bernard's Hospital, East Side Jetty, Windhill Beach, Passenger Wharf, and Governor's Residence.
Gibraltar is a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democratic dependency where the Chief Minister is the head of government.
The major places of tourist interest in Gibraltar are: Gibraltar Museum, Siege Tunnels, St Michael's Cave, Upper Rock, Europa Point, and Ocean Village.
Note : - Population: 2001-11-12 census
Last Updated On : November 15, 2012