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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


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Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 A portrait of King Ferdinand VII by Fransisco Goya (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 Saturn eating one of his children (Fransisco Goya, Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 One of the children of the Duke of Osuna by Fransisco Goya in the Prado, Madrid.
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 Dogs and hunting equipment by Fransisco Goya (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 The Grape Seller (Fransisco Goya, Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 Winter by Fransisco Goya (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 The Temptation of St Anthony by Hieronymus Bosch (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 Garden of Earthly Delights is made up of three panels. This is Paradise by Hieronymus Bosch (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 The central panel of Garden of Earthly Delights shows Earthly debauchery.
The artist is Hieronymus Bosch (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
Madrid
Prado Museum
 The Garden of Earthly Delights is Panel 3 (depicting Hell) by Hieronymus Bosch (Prado, Madrid).
Spain
San Lorenzo de el Escorial
 San Lorenzo de el Escorial is a large palace-monastery complex constructed in 1557.
Spain
San Lorenzo de el Escorial
 Many of Spain's monarchs are buried in San Lorenzo de el Escorial 50km from Madrid.
Spain
San Lorenzo de el Escorial
 The Pantheon of the Kings in San Lorenzo de el Escorial.
Charles I (V of the Holy Roman Empire) and Filipe II (the builder of the palce) are top right respectively.
Spain
San Lorenzo de el Escorial
 One of the Salas Capitulares vaulted chambers at San Lorenzo de el Escorial.
Spain
Segovia
 Detail from the Alcazar (Segovia).
Spain
Segovia
 The 1st century Roman aquaduct in Segovia is 894m long, 28m high and is consists of 163 arches constructed with no mortar.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The Alcazar was the palace of the Abbadid and Almohad rulers of Andalucia from Morocco.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The walls of the Alcazar.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The main gate.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The extensive gardens.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Some of the buildings set in the palace gardens.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Decorated walls around the gardens.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The oldest structures in the Alcazar date from the 12th century.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 One of the courtyards in the palace.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The 17th century Spanish addition to the palace.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Moorish style tiles on the staircase.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 The Palace of Pedro de Castile.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Detail of stucco decoration.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Patio de las Doncellas (Courtyard of the Maidens).
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Arabic style ceiling at the Patio de las Doncellas.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Wall decorations at the Patio de las Doncellas.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Stucco carvings on a pillar, Patio de las Doncellas.
Spain
Seville
Alcazar
 Tile work in the Patio de las Doncellas.
Spain
Seville
Casa de Pilatos
 The Casa de Pilatos is a mansion built in 1519.
Spain
Seville
Casa de Pilatos
 The mansion is a mix of styles.
Spain
Seville
Casa de Pilatos
 The mansion was built for the Marquess of Tarifa.
Spain
Seville
Cathedral
 The Cathedral was built in 1402 on the site of the city's Friday Mosque.
Spain
Seville
Cathedral
 The entrance to the Cathedral.
Spain
Italica
 The Amphitheatre at Italica, one of the oldest Roman settlements in Spain.
Spain
Italica
 Italica was founded in 206 BC and had its golden age during the 2nd century AD.
Spain
Italica
 Italica was the birthplace of three Roman Emperors: Trajan, Hadrian and Theodosius.
Spain
Italica
 Italica is famous for its mosaics.
Spain
Italica
 Soldiers and animals.
Spain
Italica
 Mosaic with geometric patterns.
Spain
Granada
Palacio Madraza
 The 14th century Palacio Madraza was formerly an Islamic college.
Spain
Granada
Palacio Madraza
 The ornate interior of the palace.
Spain
Granada
Cathedral
 The lead coffins of Ferdinand and Isabella in the crypt of the Cathedral.
Spain
Granada
 The ruins of a 14th century caravanserai.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The beautiful Moorish style Alhambra Palace. The south of Spain was once ruled by the Moors of Morocco.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The walls of the original 11th century citadel.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Alhambra dates from the 14th century.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 One of the Moorish gates.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The palace is set on a hill.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Mexuar is a council hall.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The stucco decoration in the palace is very elaborate.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Stucco wall with patterns and Arabic script and carved screen windows.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Serallo was a meeting place between King Ferdinand and a would-be explorer, Christopher Columbus.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Serallo is a peaceful courtyard with a large pool.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Decorated doorway at the Serallo.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Wall stucco detail from the palace.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Moorish doors.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Serallo is the centre of the palace.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Court of the Lions.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Decorated columns in the Court of the Lions.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The palace is highly decorated.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 A multi-column pavillion.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Views of the palace.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Decorated wall niche.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The gardens of the Partal.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 View of the garden surrounded by mountains.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The Generalife was the summer palace of the sultans.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 Manicured hedges.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 One of the many fountains.
Spain
Granada
Alhambra Palace
 The extensive gardens are dotted with fountains.
Spain
Ronda
 An old Moorish minaret.
Spain
Cordoba
 The Arabic water wheel of Albolafia Mill.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The Mezquita is the Great Mosque of Cordoba.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The mosque was built in 796 and enlarged in the 9th century.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The mosque became the third most important in the Islamic world in the 10th century.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The Puerta del Puente is one of the entrances to the mosque.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The mosque was converted to a church in the 13th century.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 Moorish style doorway.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 Moorish decoration in an alcove.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 Detail of Islamic decoration.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 Cloisters around the central courtyard.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The Patio de los Naranjos is now a park.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The Arabic style interior of the mosque.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The mihrab (prayer niche).
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 Ceiling decoration in the mosque.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The later cathedral in the centre of the older mosque.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 The coro was built in 1523.
Spain
Cordoba
Great Mosque
 View of the Patio de los Naranjos.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
Placa Reial
 Lampost designed by a young Antoni Gaudi.
Spain
Barcelona
Colom Monument
 The "Discovery of America" on the base of the monument.
Spain
Barcelona
Cathedral
 Chapel carved in 1688.
Spain
Barcelona
Old City
 The Placa Del Rei. Columbus was received here by Ferdiand and Isabela on his return from the Americas.
Spain
Barcelona
Old City
 The remains of the Roman Temple of Augustus.
Spain
Barcelona
Diocesa Museum
 Newspaper headline about the death of Gaudi.
Spain
Barcelona
Diocesa Museum
 Copy of a Gaudi statue from Guell Colony.
Spain
Barcelona
Diocesa Museum
 Gaudi stained glass window.

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