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Arcos de la frontera, Cádiz

Arcos de la frontera, Cádiz

Spain - The Caminito del Rey (Petit Chemin du Roi) was an abandoned road constructed on a cliffside in the Natural Park of Los Ardales in the south of Spain between 1901 and 1905 to allow the construction of two hydroelectric dams.

La réouverture du nouveau Caminito del Rey

SPANISH IMPRESSIONS: Roquetas de Mar by Robert Bovington  http://bobbovington.blogspot.com.es/2013/09/roquetas-de-mar.html

by Robert Bovington Roquetas de Mar is a coastal town in the province of Almería.

Pelo Mundo... Allambra: Trata-se de um rico complexo palaciano e fortaleza (alcazar ou al-Ksar) que alojava o monarca da Dinastia Nasrida e a corte do Reino de Granada. O seu verdadeiro atrativo, como em outras obras muçulmanas da época, são os interiores, cuja decoração está no cume da arte islâmica.

See the Alhambra palace. The Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, Granada, Spain

Calle de la Cuna (Cradle Street) in the white village of Arcos de la a Frontera, Cadiz, Andalucia. This street is the site of the ancient Jewish quarter. As the province of Cadiz was one of the places that the Inquisition first started, Jewish history is more difficult to trace in this area. The community's synagogue was believed to have been located on this street and in 1490, The Duchess of Arcos, Doña Beatrice Pacheco (said to have been the granddaughter of a rabbi) transformed the…

Calle de la Cuna (Cradle Street) in the white village of Arcos de la a Frontera, Cadiz, Andalucia. This street is the site of the ancient Jewish quarter. As the province of Cadiz was one of the places that the Inquisition first started, Jewish history is more difficult to trace in this area. The community's synagogue was believed to have been located on this street and in 1490, The Duchess of Arcos, Doña Beatrice Pacheco (said to have been the granddaughter of a rabbi) transformed the…

Castillo de Olivera ( Cádiz)

Andalucia is the second largest autonomous community in Spain. Here we bring you an inspirational photographic tour of the region.

Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz,  Spainhttp://www.pinterest.com/jendawg84/places-ive-been-in-spain/

Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spainhttp://www.pinterest.com/jendawg84/places-ive-been-in-spain/

Arco de la Fonteras, Cadiz

Arcos de la Frontera, Spain Arcos de la Frontera—perhaps the most dramatic cliffside member of Spain’s pueblos blancos—is relatively well preserved from its glory days on the front line of Spain’s war to expel the Moors.

ANDORRA  (alias, "Genovia" from Princess Diaries)  Mark and I took a little road trip from Toulouse, France to Spain. In-between France and Spain, in the Pyrenees Mountains, was the little country of Andorra. Mark bought me Chanel No. 5, in one of the little shops, here.  :)

ANDORRA (alias, "Genovia" from Princess Diaries) Mark and I took a little road trip from Toulouse, France to Spain. In-between France and Spain, in the Pyrenees Mountains, was the little country of Andorra.

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