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Cruz de Sobrarbe, Ainsa, Aragón, España

Cruz de Sobrarbe, Ainsa, Aragón, España

Romanesque architecture appeared in Catalonia (Spain) around 1000 AD, and is one of the glories of that region where it is said there are over 2,000 Romanesque buildings, the stars of which are the small, beautiful churches scattered in the rural valleys of the north. Particularly striking are the churches in the narrow Vall de Boi, situated in the Alta Ribagorça region of the high Pyrenees and surrounded by steep mountains. http://www.touristeye.com/Romanesque-Route-in-Catalonia-g-122174

Sant Climent de Taüll, also known as the Church of St. Clement of Tahull, is a Roman Catholic church in Catalonia, Spain. It is a form of Romanesque architecture.

The roofs of Teruel, Aragon, Spain

Teruel Cathedral a Catholic church in Teruel, Aragon, Spain. Mary, it is a notable example of Mudéjar architecture, is listed in the UNESCO Heritage site Mudéjar Architecture of.

The Episcopal Palace of Astorga. 1889-1913. Astorga, #Spain. Antoni #Gaudí…

Episcopal Palace ~ Astorga, Spain: The Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí designed and partially

Ronda (Málaga) Spain | My Photo | Scoop.it

Ronda (Málaga) Spain

Ronda (Málaga) Spain | My Photo | Scoop.it

Quinta da Regaleira, or in english, The Inverted Tower - Sintra, Portugal    An underground tunnel with a spiral staircase. The nine holes round landings, separated by fifteen steps, evoke references to Dante's Divine Comedy, and may represent the nine circles of hell, paradise, or purgatory

Looking down the Inverted Tower or Initiation well of Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal. — with Santu Das

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