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Hotel Castillo Lanjarón:  NOCHE EN BLANCO EN GRANADA   La maravillosa ciuda...

Hotel Castillo Lanjarón: NOCHE EN BLANCO EN GRANADA La maravillosa ciuda...

Mini Guide to Madrid, Spain    Madrid has fantastic art galleries and beautiful plazas where cafés provide a front-row seat to the baroque architecture and energetic street life.

Mini Guide to Madrid, Spain Madrid has fantastic art galleries and beautiful plazas where cafés provide a front-row seat to the baroque architecture and energetic street life.

Rolf Hicker PhotographyAnimal * Nature * Travel Photography  Home|Blog|Pictures|Links|About us / Contact                  Info: free photos  WWW.ROLFHICKERPHOTOGRAPHY.COM :: SPAIN PHOTOS :: CATHEDRAL MOSQUE MEZQUITA CORDOBA DUSK...  Photo Cathedral Mosque Mezquita Cordoba Dusk  The Mezquita, also known as Cathedral Mosque is the main tourist attraction in the city of Cordoba, in the foreground is the famous Puento Romano bridge, Andalusia, Spain

Rolf Hicker PhotographyAnimal * Nature * Travel Photography Home|Blog|Pictures|Links|About us / Contact Info: free photos WWW.ROLFHICKERPHOTOGRAPHY.COM :: SPAIN PHOTOS :: CATHEDRAL MOSQUE MEZQUITA CORDOBA DUSK... Photo Cathedral Mosque Mezquita Cordoba Dusk The Mezquita, also known as Cathedral Mosque is the main tourist attraction in the city of Cordoba, in the foreground is the famous Puento Romano bridge, Andalusia, Spain

Santiago de Compostela, Galicia    Even today, the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is the final destination for the pilgrimage along the Way of St James. Pilgrims used to place scallops on their hats as souvenirs from their journey, and over time the shell became a symbol for the saint. As a result, the city is covered in decorative scallops. (Matt Munro)

Santiago de Compostela, Galicia Even today, the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is the final destination for the pilgrimage along the Way of St James. Pilgrims used to place scallops on their hats as souvenirs from their journey, and over time the shell became a symbol for the saint. As a result, the city is covered in decorative scallops. (Matt Munro)

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