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Neil Peel at Alhambra
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Photos of all the brilliant, vivid colors you can see in Spain. From markets to cathedrals, tiles to flowers, and everything in between!
León, SpainLeónSpainRead all about our time in Leon at: Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, SpainGuggenheim Museum BilbaoBilbao, SpainThe massive flowery feline in front of the Guggenheim in Bilbao.Alcázar de Segovia, Segovia, SpainAlcázar de SegoviaSegovia, SpainThe incredible hand-carved ceiling of the the Alcázar's throne room. Elaborate ceiling design was a hallmark of the Mudéjar style, and you'll find...Seville, SpainSevilleSpainJust get a walk across Seville and You can discover thousands of beautiful corners.Hotel San Gil Sevilla, Seville, SpainHotel San Gil SevillaSeville, SpainHotel in the historic district of Seville, Spain. Loved the ambiance. I took this photo because I was captivated by the bartender.Real Alcázar, Seville, SpainReal AlcázarSeville, SpainTile work at the Banquet Hall in the Alcazar. The tiles are beautifully made within each one fitting in perfectly to create the whimsical creatures...Casa de Pilatos, Seville, SpainCasa de PilatosSeville, SpainBeautiful old Palace in the heart of Sevilla with gorgeous garden.Barrio Santa Cruz, Seville, SpainBarrio Santa CruzSeville, SpainOne cute little shop in Barrio Santa Cruz area.Mercado de San Miguel, Madrid, SpainMercado de San MiguelMadrid, SpainMarket in central Madrid. Excellent place to sample the local food and drink.El Rastro, Madrid, SpainEl RastroMadrid, SpainOn Sundays, the city center of Madrid is taken over by a massive, open-air market. You can find everything from hand-worked Spanish leather items...Las Musas Hostel, Madrid, SpainLas Musas HostelMadrid, SpainA short walk from the hostel.Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, Madrid, SpainPlaza de Toros de Las VentasMadrid, Spain#TroveOn : DAY 7: Madrid, Spain The sacred language & respect between a bull and his matador. FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO KNOW MORE: This picture is not...Cordoba, SpainCordobaSpainLa fiesta de los patios - a citywide contest to find the best patio. For 10 days in May, private courtyards are open to the public. Hidden gems,...Cordoba, SpainCordobaSpainTwo random windows. Whitewashed street. A riot of colour. May. Córdoba.Cordoba, SpainCordobaSpainCordoba is central Andalucia where the tradition of flamenco still lives on and there are a lot of opportunities to see it everywhere here.Calle san bailio 44, Cordoba, SpainCalle san bailio 44Cordoba, SpainCórdoba is famous for its patio festival in May where private patios are opened to the public for 2 weeks in a competition. This one is one of my...Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Cordoba, SpainMosque-Cathedral of CórdobaCordoba, SpainExquisite mosaics from a nave near the mihrab. These Byzantine-style tiles were laid in the tenth century by Al-Hakam II when he expanded the...Ronda, SpainRondaSpainThis was one of the main streets in the old part of Ronda. We happened to arrive (we were there during September) while one of the annual festivals...Júzcar, SpainJúzcarSpainNo, you're not seeing things wrong - this whole place is indeed bright blue! It's a tiny village in the south of Spain. It used to be one of the...Museo Arqueologico De Alhambra, Alhambra, SpainMuseo Arqueologico De AlhambraAlhambra, SpainWalking through Alhambra.
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