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World Heritage Cities of Spain
22 December 2016 @ 19:30

The poster of the World Heritage Cities - SPAIN - UNESCO

 

Map of the World Heritage Cities in Spain

Alcalá de Henares:

General view of Alcala de Henares

The Cervantes Square in Alcala de Henares

Cervantes and his Square in Alcala de Henares

Another view of Cervantes Square in Alcala de Henares

The famous University of Alcala de Henares

      Surely, this is one of the oldest Universities in the world.

Mayor street of Alcala de Henares

Tourist Parador of Alcala de Henares

Ávila:

A general view of Avila

Avila and its Cathedral

Avila and its famous wall

      Avila is a member of an International Association of Cities with walls.

San Pedro church at the Santa Teresa Square

Baeza:

The Cathedral of Baeza

Street of Baeza

Jabalquinto Palace in Baeza

Cáceres:

General view of Cáceres

Mayor Square of Caceres

Hotel Alfonso IX in Cáceres

Ancha street in Caceres

Córdoba:

Córdoba and its Mosque-Cathedral

The Mosque-Cathedral from the Guadalquivir river

The triumph of San Rafael and the Mosque-Cathedral from the Roman bridge

Inside of the Mosque-Cathedral

Another nice view of the Mosque-Cathedral

Ruins of Medina-Azahara

Backstreet of the Flowers with the Mosque-Cathedral at the end

A typical patio of Córdoba

A horsewoman with the typical hat of Cordoba in the Feria, in May, each year

Cuenca:

A view of Cuenca

Another view of some houses in Cuenca

Some suspended houses in Cuenca

Mayor Square of Cuenca

Ibiza:

A view of Ibiza village

A nice cove of Ibiza

Ibiza at night

Mérida:

General view of Mérida

Spain Square of Mérida

Santa Eulalia Street in Mérida

The famous Roman Theatre of Mérida

Salamanca:

A general view of Salamanca

Salamanca and its Cathedral on the left side of the picture

The Cathedral with the Tormes (an affluent of the Duero river) in Salamanca

Mayor Square of Salamanca

A street of Salamanca with the tower of the Cathedral to the end

The famous Salamanca University

The patio of the University

San Cristóbal de La Laguna:

General view of San Cristobal de La Laguna

Pedestrian street Bishop Rey Redondo

Tower of the church La Concepcion at the end of the Bishop Rey Redondo

The Cathedral of San Cristobal de La Laguna

A carpet of flowers in the feast of Corpus Christi, in May or June

Santiago de Compostela:

General view of Santiago de Compostela

Close to the Cathedral

A street of Santiago

Segovia:

Segovia and its Cathedral

The famous Aqueduct of Segovia, on the right side of the picture

"Meson Cándido", at the end of the Azoguejo Square

      Close to the Aqueduct, where some light shine, you can eat the famous piglet in the "Meson Candido", where the own Cándido is able to cut the whole piglet with only a plate.

Meson Cándido

Cándido carving some piglets 

The Fortress of Segovia

Juan Bravo street with the >Cathedral at the end in Segovia

Aqueduct of Segovia and a part of the city

 

Tarragona:


A general view of Tarragona

The Cathedral of Tarragona


Prim Square in Tarragona

Ruins of the Roman Circus in Tarragona

Another nice view of the ruins of the Roman Circus

A restaurant inside some Roman ruins


A group of famous Castellers

 

Toledo:

Panoramic view of Toledo

       Toledo has housed three cultures: the Muslim, the Christian and the Jewish.    

Alcázar and Cathedral of Toledo

The Alcázar of Toledo

Panoramic view of the Cathedral of Toledo

The Cathedral of Toledo close up

Inside the Cathedral of Toledo

Street and arch in Toledo

Another nice street of Toledo

Upstairs of La Granja in Toledo

The famous feast of the Corpus Christi in Toledo

 

Úbeda:

Panoramic view of Ubeda

Another view of Ubeda

The Vazquez de Molina Square and El Salvador Chapel in Ubeda

Inside Ubeda

      Well, I hope that you have liked this article and hope that you have not considered it too much long.

      Until my next post, kind regards,

Luis.

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