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Salamanca - Catedrals (Vieja y Nueva)
More late afternoon lighting shots of Salamanca's old and new cathedrals, as viewed from across the Tormes River. Please forgive the multitude of similar images, but I couldn't decide which I liked better.
Castillo de Ciudad Rodrigo
España. Salamanca. Ciudad Rodrigo, castillo de Enrique II de Trastámara. Verraco de granito de posible origen vetón (pueblo celta que habitaba la zona en el siglo VI a.C.)
south door of Catedral Nueva, Salamanca
The Catedral Nueva (or to give it its full name, Catedral Nueva de la Asunción de la Virgen) is Salamanca's "new" cathedral; new in this case meaning it was begun in 1513. Salamanca is a city in the Castilla y Leon region of Spain. It was new in the sense that there was already a cathedral, the Catedral Vieja; the new building now acts as a buttress to add stability to the old. Construction work continued for centuries and the cathedral was finally consecrated in 1733. As a result of this…
Torre del Gallo, Catedral Vieja, Salamanca
The Torre del Gallo is the unusual dome of the Catedral Vieja in Salamanca, in the Spanish region of Castilla y Leon. The dome was built around 1150 and its interior is reminiscent of the segments of an orange. The name comes from the cockerel on its weathervane.
patio of the Palacio de la Salina, Salamanca
The Palacio de la Salina (also known as the Palacio de Fonseca) is a renaissance palacio in Salamanca, a city in the Spanish region of Castilla y Leon. It was built in 1538 and designed by architect Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón. Its inner courtyard or patio is a renaissance set-piece with an arcade and a spectacular balcony supported on flamboyantly decorated brackets.