Castillo de Ponferrada, León, Castillos de España*
Knights Templar, Castle Ponferrada, Ponferrada Castle, Lion Spain, Leon Spain
Templar Castle of Ponferrada Spain. Built in the 12th century. In 1178 Ferdinand ll of Leon donated the city & fortress to the Knights Templar Order who protected the pilgrims on the Way of St.James.
Templar Castle of Ponferrada Spain. Built in the 12 the century. In 1178 Ferdinand ll of Leon donated the city and fortress to the Templar Order protecting the pilgrims on the Way of St.James. The castle hosted the Knights Templar Grand Master of Castille. They only used the fortress for inky 20 years before being disbanded and its properties confiscated in 1311 by Catholic Monarchs.
"Ponferrada Castle (Templar Castle)" in 1178 Ferdinand II (King of León and Galicia), donated the old roman town (Pons Ferratus) to the Order of the Knights of the Temple, who put up the castle for protecting the pilgrims on the Way of St. James. The Templars were only able to enjoy the use of their fortress for twenty years before the order was disbanded and its properties confiscated in 1311. The Catholic Monarchs incorporated the castle into the Crown in 1486.
KNIGHTS' TEMPLAR CASTLE-PONFERRADA, Spain
Castillo de Ponferrada, Spain #castle
Castillo de Ponferrada, León, Spain
castillo Templario de Ponferrada.
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30 of the world’s most beautiful bridges | Puente Nuevo, Ronda, Spain Finally completed in 1751, the Puente Nuevo took 42 years to build and claimed the lives of 50 workers in the process of its construction.
Puente Nuevo Bridge , Ronda, Spain The bridge started being built in 1751 and took a total of 42 years to build and claimed the lives of 50 builders. There is a chamber beneath the central arch that was used for a variety of purposes, including as a prison.
Most Incredible and Famous Bridges in the World | Amazing Online Magazine - Puente Nuevo Bridge , Ronda, Spain The bridge started being built in 1751 and took a total of 42 years to build and claimed the lives of 50 builders. There is a chamber beneath the central arch that was used for a variety of purposes, including as a prison.
Ronda "Nuevo" Bridge [built in 1793] by papalars (no derivate works) Ronda is a city in the Spanish province of Málaga, in the Andalucian region of southern Spain. #spain #rondanuevobridge #beautifulplanetearth #málaga http://www.sunnyvillaspain.com
Ronda, Spain. This is one of my favorite places I've ever been!
Puente Nuevo bridge, Ronda, Spain Been there! Awesome!
Garden Planters, Cordoba Spain, Color, Secret Garden, Blue You, Wishing Well
Courtyard in Cordoba, Spain • photo: Lui G. Marín on Flickr - Love the cobalt blue with the colors of the geramiums.
Courtyard in Cordoba, Spain • photo: Lui G. Marín on Flickr - Love the cobalt blue with the colors of the geramiums. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Courtyard in Cordoba, Spain • photo: Lui G. Marín on Flickr Me: Love the vibrant colors.
Courtyard in Cordoba, Spain. Put blue pots on balcony with pink and red flowers.
Fuchsia Bougainvillea and Cobalt Blue Pots // Great Gardens & Ideas
Cordoba, Spain. Cool wishing well, flowers.
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Good morning!! I've got garden planters on the brain today, mainly because I've neglected to plant any of the empty ones I have sitting at home in the last two weekends! Grrrr, shame on me! Soooo I've distracted myself from the guilt by putting together this post with lots of funky, eclectic, creative garden planters to inspire you (and me too for that matter)! Hehe! Oh, and a quick note on the image above - isn't that awesome!? It's certainly not practical or easy to replicate but it's great to look at and can spur a lot of creative ideas about re-purposing objects into garden planters! There are lots of unique ways to display plants in this post and I'm sure you'll be inspired to think outside the box the next time you plan a gardening project! Other posts you may like: Garden Inspiration Part I Garden Inspiration Part II Stoneface Creations Garden Planters Garden Update Outdoor Dining & Parties Part I Outdoor Dining & Parties Part II Dreamy Outdoor Spaces Part I Dreamy Outdoor Spaces Part II Sunrooms, Bungalows and Patios Oh Sigh! I love this, what a gorgeous design element for people to admire as they walk up these steps! I wonder where in the world this is, hmmm. Awesome planter! I am really loving these chairs turned planters! What a great item for porch decor! Painted car tires! Wow, what a great way to reuse non-biodegradable waste by incorporating it into your garden as a planter... the paint does wonders! Photo (c) Jonathan Hordle/Rex Features I've wanted to make one of these adorable little mini garden planters for a long time! As you can see it entails the use of rocks, one (or more) miniature garden elements such and, most importantly, plants to create the look of a miniature garden that will thrive over time and be a great point of interest in any indoor or outdoor setting! Of course, in my version there will be many succulents and perhaps a cactus or two....... :) A mini garden cottage, how sweeeeeet! Isn't this cool? A moss covered planter... check out The Weekend Gardener for step-by-step instructions on how to make your own and many other interesting do-it-yourself garden projects! I saw this cute idea a while back and I've wanted to make my own colander planter ever since! My mom has a small copper colander in her backyard that's home to Echeveria succulents and it is doing very well! Try it... experiment with colanders from Goodwill or Salvation Army and get creative with a bold coat of spray paint... I like turquoise, red or yellow! I wish this incredible courtyard in Cordoba, Spain full of fuchsia bougainvillea and wall mounted cobalt blue garden pots was mine! How dreamy, I would never leave!...... (All images sourced via Google images, Pinterest, Sunset Magazine, or where otherwise noted in the image file name.)