Gibraltar Lottery Results 17-08-2021
In accordance with Regulation 10 (2) (b) of the Gibraltar Lottery Results 17-08-2021 Regulations 2006, the following have been declared to be the numbers, held at Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Broadcasting House on 17th day of August 2021, viz:-
FIRST PRIZE £100,000 No. 10288
SECOND PRIZE £10,000 No. 01772
THIRD PRIZE £5,000 No. 10285
TWENTY MINOR PRIZES OF £500 EACH:-
No. 00945 No. 06989 No. 11742 No. 16895
No. 02946 No. 07046 No. 12833 No. 17494
No. 04280 No. 09250 No. 13204 No. 18350
No. 04630 No. 09382 No. 14873 No. 19217
No. 05154 No. 11610 No. 15943 No. 19575
Twenty-seven prizes of £50.00 each to the tickets bearing the first four figures similar to the first four figures of the first, second and third prizes of the Gibraltar Lottery Results, i.e.
No. 10280 to No. 10287 & No. 10289 to No.
No. 01770 to No. 01771 & No. 01773 to No. 01779
No. 10280 to No. 10284 & No. 10286 to No. 10289
Fifty-seven prizes of £30.00 each to the tickets bearing the last three figures similar to the last three figures of the first, second and third prizes of the Gibraltar Lottery Results, i.e.No. 288 No. 772 No. 285
EXCEPT No. 10288 No. 01772 No. 10285
Two hundred and ninety-seven prizes of £20.00 each to the tickets bearing the first three figures similar to the first three figures of the first, second and third prizes of the Gibraltar Lottery Results, i.e.
No. 10200 to No. 10287 & No. 10289 to No. 10299
No. 01700 to No. 01771 & No. 01773 to No. 01799
No. 10200 to No. 10284 & No. 10286 to No. 10299
One thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine prizes of £10.00 each to the tickets bearing the last figure similar to the last figure of the first prize of the Gibraltar Lottery Results i.e. No. 8
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Gibraltar is situated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. It is recognised historically as the southernmost point of Europe and is also strategically positioned at the western end of the Mediterranean, forming one of the ancient Pillars of Hercules. The nearby countries are Spain to the north and Morocco (North Africa) to the south, on the other side of the strait 24 kilometres (15 miles) away. The Rock is mainly Jurassic Limestone some 200 million years old.
- Latitude 36 7’ North, longitude 5 21’ West.
- Height: 426m (1400ft) highest point is at O’Hara’s Battery.
- Length: 5 km (3.10 miles) approx.
- Area: 6.8sq km (2.7 sq miles) approx.
- Circumference Length: 16 km (10 miles) approx.
- Average width: 1.25 km (1 mile) approx.
The climate of Gibraltar is considerably affected by local topography and the proximity of the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Because of its location, on the edge of Europe, close to Africa and as guardian of the strait, linking the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Gibraltar is at a place of meteorological extremes.
The official language is English and all residents follow the British education curriculum, sitting their GSCE’s and A’Levels as they would in mainland UK. However, Spanish is widely spoken, in fact it is the unusual unofficial ‘dialect’ call ‘Yanito’, a mixture of English, Spanish and some Italian words, which is frequently spoken among the locals.
Gibraltar is a well-known for its VAT-free shopping. With a wide variety of stores to choose from, visitors are spoilt for choice.
Most of Gibraltar’s retail establishments are located in Main Street and the surrounding area. This busy street runs throughout the entire length of the city, from Casemates Square to Southport Gates.
In Gibraltar the power sockets are of type G, mainly used in the United Kingdom. The standard voltage is 220 – 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
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