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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...Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Cordoba, SpainMosque-Cathedral of CórdobaCordoba, SpainThe cathedral within the mosque. Possibly the most unique religious structure in the world, this cathedral was originally built as a grand mosque,...Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Cordoba, SpainMosque-Cathedral of CórdobaCordoba, SpainImmaculate Heart of Mary. This image of Mary is used to depict her love for Jesus and for God. The window sits above the Cathedral's main altar,...Molino Rucio, Consuegra, SpainMolino RucioConsuegra, SpainThe giants of La Mancha, as Don Quixote might have seen them. Twelve windmills remain, perched atop a ridge overlooking the town of Consuegra. It's...Toro de Osborne, SpainToro de OsborneSpainSpend any time driving around Spain and you're likely to encounter a bullboard. These giant 46ft tall (14m) bulls have a lively history. The first...Salamanca, SpainSalamancaSpainCityscape as seen from the roof of the New Cathedral. Dominating the scene is the baroque style La Iglesia de la Clerecía (The Church of the...Catedral Vieja de Salamanca, Salamanca, SpainCatedral Vieja de SalamancaSalamanca, SpainWorth the small entry fee to climb up to the roof of the old cathedral, where you can inspect the architectural detail up-close and also enjoy...Puente Nuevo, Ronda, SpainPuente NuevoRonda, SpainRonda's iconic sight is it's colossal bridge. It spans a cleft in the rock some 98M (320ft) above the Guadalevín River. To picture it, imagine a...Soho Boutique Palacio San Gabriel, Ronda, SpainSoho Boutique Palacio San GabrielRonda, SpainBeautiful, charming little 22-room hotel in Ronda's old quarter. The building was built in 1736 by the Pizarro family, heirs of the famous...Casa de los Picos, Segovia, SpainCasa de los PicosSegovia, SpainStylish, 15th-century Renaissance palace. While many of Segovia's medieval structures have been covered with Arabic-style floral and geometric...Alcázar de Segovia, Segovia, SpainAlcázar de SegoviaSegovia, SpainThe chapel of the Alcázar, where King Philip II married his niece, Anna of Austria, in 1570. It looked much different back then, before the fire of...Alcázar de Segovia, Segovia, SpainAlcázar de SegoviaSegovia, SpainThe armory holds all kinds of medieval weaponry, as well as a few miniature dioramas depicting military life. I found this one interesting as it...Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, El Escorial, SpainRoyal Seat of San Lorenzo de El EscorialEl Escorial, SpainEl Escorial was built by King Philip II in the late 16th century to serve as both a royal palace and as the seat of the Catholic Church in Spain....Aqueduct of Segovia, Segovia, SpainAqueduct of SegoviaSegovia, SpainJoin the locals during the evening paseo (nightly walk) near the city's iconic 2000-year-old Roman aqueduct. The main action happens at Plaza...Catedral Vieja de Salamanca, Salamanca, SpainCatedral Vieja de SalamancaSalamanca, SpainThis magnificent 15th century retablo towers behind the altar. 53 vibrantly painted panels depict scenes from the life of Mary and Jesus, while a...Plaza De Espana, Seville, Seville, SpainPlaza De Espana, SevilleSeville, SpainLocated in the Parque de María Luisa (Maria Luisa Park), Plaza de Espana was built in 1928. It is a landmark example of the Renaissance Revival...Albaicin, Granada, SpainAlbaicinGranada, SpainThere's no better word to describe Granada's Albaicín neighborhood than magical. The entrance to the Albaicín only hints at the enchanting place...Monistrol de Montserrat, Montserrat, SpainMonistrol de MontserratMontserrat, Spain#photooftheday#barcelona#spain#troverJerez de Los Caballeros, SpainJerez de Los CaballerosSpainSan Bartolomé church was built in Gothic style in the fifteenth century. Three centuries later someone decided to spice things up an added this...Espacio Metropol Parasol, Seville, SpainEspacio Metropol ParasolSeville, SpainThis is said to be the largest wooden structure in the world.
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