The windows of Benidorm Town Hall have the names of every citizen resident in the town at the time the building was constructed, etched into the glass.

Is it a powerful icon of inclusivity, a symbol of the open window ethos of the local goverment or a series of glass tombstones? Whatever your opinion, Benidorm certainly seems to instill a sense of citizenship and city pride in its residents.

Andrea (Andy) Montgomery is a freelance travel writer and co-owner of Buzz Trips and The Real Tenerife series of travel websites. Published in The Telegraph, The Independent, Wexas Traveller, Thomas Cook Travel Magazine, EasyJet Traveller Magazine, you can read her latest content on Google+

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