DONDE SE LAVAN LA CARA ...
Al atardecer, en esa hora mágica teñida de azul, con las luces ya encendidas, se refleja la Catedral salmantina y la edificaciones ribereñas en el Tormes (donde las charras se lavan la cara ...)
iron window grille on Casa de las Conchas, Salamanca
The Casa de las Conchas is a palace in Salamanca, a city in the Spanish region of Castilla y Leon. It was built between 1493-1517 and its entire exterior is decorated with a repeating pattern of scallop shells, with about 350 in total. These shells are the symbol of the Order of St James (Orden de Santiago). Rodrigo Maldonado de Talavera, who built the palace, was a Knight of St James. The iron grilles covering the windows are Spanish Gothic, made by cold forging.
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